Kindle Library, Hours of Entertainment Reviewed!

Kindle Library, Hours of Entertainment Reviewed!

The Kindle #Library, simply put, it's fantastic! By now everyone on the planet knows about the e-book reader. First off, the kindle device itself is great, light weight slim, weigh approximately 10 ounces, anti-glare screen, reads like paper, the list goes on and on. As an owner, I think few people know about the true backbone of this device and that is the kindle library, so here's my review.

The kindle library, offers well over 190,000 book titles spread out over 24 different categories.

A sampling of these include; home repair, cooking, business, lifestyles, science, and travel...the list goes on and on. Also available are current up to date magazines, Newsweek, Time, Sports Illustrated, etc.

Titles can be pulled from the NY Times best sellers list along with numerous current release. Lets not forget to mention that within the kindle library you also gain instant access to major US newspapers, Wall Street Journal, Washington #Post as well as the NY Times. All readily available through the library download. But your not limited to US publications, you can also retrieve major foreign press publications. This amazing library doesn't stop there, you can follow well over 1000 blogs and forums, from sports to business, its all available to you via instant download.

Because the kindle device offers wireless connectivity, you can access the library in seconds. The kindle operates on an high speed data network similar to cell phones. This network allows you to purchase a book, have it auto delivered and your up and reading in 1 minutes time. When it comes to travel or commuting this type of flexibility is priceless, no more lugging around stacks of reading material.

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