Anybody Still Reads Traditional Books?

Posted by Bhavesh Joshi On Friday, July 6, 2012 0 comments
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You may think this is a strange question to ask but does anybody still read traditional books? I ask because everywhere I go or look I see those Kindle devices so after doing a little research I've discovered there are new and more advanced Kindle devices each and every year so there's a lot to choose from today. What is it and why is it so popular?

The Kindle is wireless reading device that can store thousands of books in it, comes with a long lasting battery, light, easy to use and basically you're carrying a book store in your hands without feeling its weight, and that is before we even talked about the newest and amazing Kindle Fire.

If you're interested, you can learn all the features and benefits about each Kindle device right here and now, so let's begin:

Kindle 3G

The most popular Kindle device today (until the Kindle Fire will surpass it) which is being sold all over the world each and every day. Here are some details about it to understand why it is such a best seller worldwide: It can store up to 3,500 actual books and magazines in it so you won't have to carry with you a single book, it has a battery that can work for a whole month before you'll have to recharge it again, it is small, thin and so light that it weighs only 7.8 ounces, you can read in bright sunlight since there is no glare effect and if that's not enough it comes with a free 3G and a Wi-Fi connection so that means you can download any book or magazine you wish from anywhere in the world in only 1 minute. Now, these are only the main features but there are much more so tell me that's now amazing…

Kindle Touch

Right after the huge success of the Kindle 3G another Kindle device was launched and that was the Kindle Touch. This device has its own unique features as it comes with a touch screen as opposed to the small keyboard of the Kindle 3G, can store up to 3,000 books and magazines in it, equipped with a free 3G and Wi-Fi connection as well to download any book and magazine in only 1 minute but the best part is that it's even smaller and lighter than the Kindle 3G. That is incredible if you ask me, so if 3,000 books is enough for you and you don't really require 3,500 the Kindle Touch is another great device to consider, especially since its battery can last for up to two month without charging it and not just one month like the Kindle 3G version.

Kindle Fire

The most anticipated device is finally here (if you live in the United States, no release date for the UK yet) and it is so much more than just a wireless reader. You see, the Kindle Fire comes to compete against the iPad devices and the new Google tablet and it does it successfully because it costs only about $199 but brings you a 7-inch screen that delivers up to 16 million colors in high resolution, dual core processor so the device is really fast and that's just the technical stuff. You can read millions of books and magazines rich in color, play your favorite as well as new games with stunning graphics, watch over 100,000 movies and TV Shows, listen to 19 million songs in high quality and more. Also, with the cloud technology you can store your progress, turn off the device and when you wish to continue you simply begin from the last point you've stopped and saved. These are only a few of the interesting features of this leading tablet but you can read all about it at click this link!

The world has changed and technology is taking over, making our lives easier and more interesting. With Kindle devices we no longer need to look for a book store, order books and wait for them to arrive or even carry them. Now you can read anything you want no matter where you are in 1 minute and if you want a complete entertainment system with you so you won't have a single dull moment, you go for the Kindle Fire. Now it's up to you to decide which device describes you the best and so I ask again – Will anybody still read actual books in the coming future with this amazing progress?


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