Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 4 years, you have heard of the Kindle. But just in case you’ve recently returned from a 4 year stint in a remote location without telephone, television, internet, or any other contact with modern civilization, let me tell you a little about the Kindle. And since I am not a technology wizard, I am going to use simple layman’s terms.
The Kindle is a wireless reading device developed by Amazon and first released in 2007. With the Kindle you are able to choose from hundreds of thousands of books, newspapers, magazines, etc., which you can download to your device. One of the most amazing features of the Kindle is the screen. Instead of looking like a computer screen, the Kindle screen actually looks like real paper. It is easy to read and hold, is lightweight, and has a long battery life. All of your favorite books and publications are a quick download away. Click here to read more about the amazing Kindle.
There is so much more I could say about the Kindle. But I’ll stop with this: I want one. Bad. The end.