Initially I wanted to buy a WiFi-only Kindle, but a friend encouraged me to buy the 3G version – why not spend $50 for life-time free 3G? It seemed so attractive, that I was convinced by him and chose the 3G version. A year has passed since I got the 3G Kindle. How often did… Continue reading I Don’t Need 3G on Kindle
Readability has browser extensions for reading current page or sending current web page to Kindle, but I read a lot in Google Reader where many articles are on the same page. It seems that Readability staff considered this feature and did investigate on that. But until now I didn’t find a mechanism for Reader’s native… Continue reading Google Reader and Readability, Kindle
Native PDF support was initially introduced by Kindle DX and later Kindle 2 also had native support for PDF format. Why PDF on Kindle? Of course if you don’t want the PDF format, you can always send it to Amazon and let them convert it into Kindle’s native .azw format (mobi, actually). But there are… Continue reading Kindle PDF Support
In February, Amazon bought a touch screen company and since then a touch screen Kindle has been long anticipated by many customers. But the fact is that Kindle 3 came without a touch screen and till now Amazon didn’t say anything about the Kindle touch.
I just got a Kindle 3 (free 3G modle) and I really love it. Listed below are some pros and cons I collected myself after using it for a while.