Posted by Mayank on September 6, 2012 in Kindle

Let me start with a confession: I was not much into reading books. Amazon kindled my passion for reading books and made me a regular reader (not exactly an addict or a bookworm). Amazon announced a new lighted E Ink reader today, which will be known as Kindle Paperwhite. After almost the entire year of not-so-exciting product launches — Kindle Paperwhite for sure is the one, which I want to buy next and I fear I may become a bookworm soon! Read More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 16, 2012 in Kindle

Sometimes we don’t utilize few things to their full potential because of lack of knowledge. Kindle Touch is one such example. Majority of people just download and read books and don’t even know about what amazing things can be done using Kindle. We have listed 10 features of Kindle Touch which most of the users either don’t use or they don’t know about any such feature. 1. Add Personal Info: Have you ever thought what woRead More...

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Posted by Prashant on August 12, 2012 in Kindle

Kindle allows you to read files of different format like DOC, JPEG, PDF, HTML, TXT, GIF, PNG, BMP, PRC and MOBI files that can be simply sent to your kindle. But what books in Epub format as kindle doesn’t recognize this format. So before you read Epub books you will need to convert those into Kindle Format. You can buy books from Amazon which gets automatically downloaded on  your Kindle device. If you plan to download books or documentsRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on April 21, 2012 in Kindle

Took a sabbatical from reading and left your Kindle alone for too long? Those who do so – they find their Kindle will not turn on and will show a Critical Battery Error or Zero Battery Error. Unlike other electronic devices, when the Kindle battery gets dangerously low, it doesn’t automatically shut down itself. There are quite a few symptoms of critical battery error. Let’s look at those: Critical Battery. Your Battery is EmptRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on April 14, 2012 in Kindle

Kindle has an incredible battery life. Battery usually lasts 1 – 3 months. Long battery life of Kindle is due to E-Ink display, which consumes battery at a miserly rate. However, there are times when the battery may drain quickly – usually due to wireless radio. when you’re in an area, which does not have wireless or 3G coverage, your Kindle will be continuously searching for wireless signal. This is a big battery drainer activiRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on January 15, 2012 in Kindle

Sending files or documents from a PC to a Kindle e-reader just got easier. Amazon on Thursday released a new application called “Send to Kindle” that enables Kindle owners to easily transfer files from their Windows PCs directly to their Kindle reader. “Send to Kindle” is available to PC users as a free download and support for Mac will be coming soon. We’ve covered various ways to transfer documents to Kindle, incluRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 27, 2011 in Kindle

Bought a Kindle and now wonder why you can’t read it in the dark? I don’t blame you — Most of us do not read or understand the all the aspects of a product before buying. Don’t we buy it on the impulse most of the time? Here’s why you can’t read Kindle in the dark – Kindle readers have E Ink screen and are not backlight. Let’s first understand what is E-Ink and what are the advantages of using E-InkRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 11, 2011 in Kindle

Amazon Kindle, the revolutionary e-reader is changing they way the world reads books and consumes content. Amazon was the pioneer in the e-reader category and has been the best selling e-reader ever since its introduction. Amazon has been reducing the price of Kindle with every new version and recently Amazon introduced a lot of new version. Now you have 7 different Kindle available at 11 different prices. If you still don’t own a Kindle, tRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on December 8, 2011 in Kindle

Since, you’re reading this post, we assume that you’ve already bought a Kindle Touch. Congratulations! If you’re still undecided yet, you can have a look at our Kindle Touch Review. This post is for the benefit of Kindle Touch users to help them use their Kindle effectively. Tips for Kindle Touch: 1. How to turn pages in Kindle Touch: Kindle Touch lets you use either hand to turn pages in Kindle Touch. Kindle screen is smartly dRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on November 14, 2011 in Kindle,Review

Amazon rebranded Kindle 3 as Kindle Keyboard and launched 2 new Kindles – Kindle 4th generation (or just Kindle) and Kindle Touch. At $79 for the ad-supported version, the Kindle is created a new low price entry point. Without doubt, it will lure in a lot of customers. The Kindle Touch meanwhile made a belated entry in the touchscreen E Ink device market full of competitors like Nook, Kobo, Sony etc. Here is the hands on Kindle Touch RevieRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on November 14, 2011 in Kindle,Review

The wait is finally over – 6 weeks have passed since Amazon introduced Kindle Fire for $199 and the wait is now over. Amazon Kindle Fire has been shipped and has started arriving at the homes of those who pre-ordered it. Initial reviews of Amazon Kindle were all positive and it certainly seemed like an extremely great buy for the price it was being offered. Now is the time for the actual hands on review of Amazon Kindle Fire. Hardware: The Read More...

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Posted by Mayank on October 5, 2011 in Kindle

When everybody is talking about iPhone, here is the shocking news everyone seemed to have missed – A leaked sales data shows that Kindle Fire sale is on Fire! Amazon has sold 0.25 million Kindle Fire in just 5 days. These are impressive numbers – just to add! Our review of Kindle Fire expected Kindle Fire to fare pretty well and that’s what it did. Cult of Android has published this report and it looks like trust-worthy. KindleRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on October 3, 2011 in Kindle

Amazon Kindle Fire was released on September 28th and even though it is due to be available from November 15th, it has continued to arouse public interest and cornered positive response from critics. Though it lacks a lot of iPad features, Kindle Fire looks promising to be a real iPad rival. Click Here for our Amazon Kindle Fire review. Do you think you know everything about Amazon Kindle Fire? Read the 10 things you didn’t know about KindlRead More...

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Posted by Mayank on September 29, 2011 in Kindle

Kindle has been the largest selling e-Reader and September 28th 2011 changed the landscape of Kindle as well as e-Readers. All of sudden we now have a lot of Kindles to deal with. As of today there are 7 different Kindles available at 11 different prices. Amongst all these choices, how do you make a selection? Which is the best Kindle for you? Here’s a quick short review of Kindle options: You will be able to find our details of all the KinRead More...

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