Tag - Kindle DX
Amazon has brought its large-scale e-reader back on sale, after an eight-month absence. The Kindle DX, quietly discontinued by the retailer last October, has appeared back on the company's ebook-device roster, with the e-ink slate seemingly retaining all of the specifications and features that it had before its removal.
Electronista has taken a closer look at the third-generation Kindle, Amazon's latest attempt to cement its dominance in the e-book reader market. We found that the company followed through with its promise of an improved display paired with a lighter housing and ergonomic design. Page turns appear to be slightly quicker, while the "experimental" browser shows potential for basic tasks such as Wikipedia research.
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