Asus Adds Kindle App To Notebook Line

Posted: May 24 2010, 5:27am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:15pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Asus has been in the notebook and netbook business for years. Asus was the father of the netbook market and offered the first of the tiny machines to hit the market years ago. The company has now started adding the Amazon Kindle app to its notebooks and netbook models.

That means when a consumer buys a netbook or notebook form Asus it will be ready to read books form the Amazon Kindle Store right out of the box. Amazon boasts over 540,000 books in the bookstore with prices for bestselling new releases of $9.99.

The app makes it easy for users to search for new books and to browse titles by author and genre. Synchronizing between the app on the computer and a Kindle device is easy so the reader can read on both devices, as they want.

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