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A Review Of Amazon’s Latest E-Reader: The Kindle

By Mike Tales

Getting your hands on an Amazon Kindle will change the way you read forever. No more stacks of books laying around the house in boxes. No more running out to the library to get and return your favorite novels. You can have your own library to go.

Everyone looks sophisticated by having shelves full of read books in the house. But in all honesty, you will most likely never read them again, and aside from being an eye catching feature, there is really no practical need for storing all those read books. Think of all of the space you can save and free up for other uses.

One of the chief benefits to e-books, and the Amazon Kindle in particular is that it eliminates the need to even worry about space anymore. Since the books are digitized, they can be saved for future use, and they don’t take any space up whatsoever.

For book lovers, one of the biggest drawbacks is having to put the books somewhere after they have been read. Now, most of us usually don’t read them more than once anyway, and getting rid of them is a hassle, so most of the time they just end up in the house taking up space and collecting dust.

And, it really is kind of ridiculous to realistically think about using valuable space for books instead of clothes, especially considering the fees that airlines are charging for checking bags.

Consider how much you have to read, and the difficult choices you make right before you travel. You wonder what books you want to read, and you bring a couple with. With the Kindle, you don’t have to do that anymore because you can bring them all with you.

The Kindle also has a great search feature, which makes finding things in the book a whole lot easier. Imagine not having to spend time looking back and forth through the pages as you try and remember where you read that interesting blurb.

The Kindle offers so much more than just the ability to read a book. In addition to the search option, this handy tool also allows you to take notes and organize your thoughts. This feature alone makes it worth purchasing, especially for the disorganized student. E-readers may not replace print books, but they are a great alternative.

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Tales, Mike "A Review Of Amazon’s Latest E-Reader: The Kindle." A Review Of Amazon’s Latest E-Reader: The Kindle. 22 Aug. 2010. 28 Dec 2014 <>.

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