Review: Kindle Touch 3G with Special Offers

Kindle Touch Review

Here’s the link to the Kindle Touch review. It ended up taking longer than usual to finish but it’s finally done.

The first page of the review covers the general features and ereading features, and includes some pictures and screenshots and a video walkthrough highlighting all the Kindle Touch’s features.

On the second page you can find the Kindle Touch PDF review, complete with a video review showing various types of PDF files. The second page also includes some screenshots and information on the new web browser.

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3 Responses to “Review: Kindle Touch 3G with Special Offers”

  1. Hi Nathan,
    Thanks for the great review. I’ve been waiting for your review for a long time. I was hoping you would talk about the question that many of us have, Kindle touch or Nook Simple Touch. Is the Nook Simple Touch still your top pick? Are you planning on comparing these two in a separate posting? Thanks again for all your great work, it is greatly appreciated.

    -Bob Ramirez

  2. Bob, I agree with Nathan’s recommendation on the Sony PRS-T1, especially at $99 and I believe the new retail price for this e-reader is now $129. I looked at the Nook and the new Kindle and like Nathan, I was expecting more from Amazon. Where Sony has a very clear edge is the software design in their e-reader which is far more advanced and refined. Everything works the same way for both .epub and .pdf e-books. Unlike B&N and Amazon, Sony has chosen to embrace standard e-book formats and that has permitted them to move further faster, with first public library e-book support and now that support is built into the reader. They have a real web browser that allows you to go anywhere on the web. The only growing pain for Sony is this is their first Android reader so some bugs are to be expected, but the bugs should be corrected shortly.