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New Amazon Kindle with Built-in Front Light

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Bored by Facebook and Instagram? Tired of wasting time texting? How about reading a book? A kind of book which gives you the meaning of difficult words with just a few seconds. Book reading is made all the more easy with Kindle.

Kindle holds thousands of books within its 4 GB storage. Hence, carry a library with books of your choice. You can download a book straight to kindle. Hence, no need for computers and laptops.  In addition, you can decide the books to buy by reading a free sample. Hence, no worries about choosing the wrong book.

Tired of going through the hassle of looking up new words. Isn’t a person keen on using the dictionary? Hate getting distracted in that way? Kindle caters to all your demands. For instance, you can look up words, translate and adjust the font size with a simple click. In addition, you can do all this without ever leaving the page. Moreover, you will not have text messages and calls to disturb you. Hence, Kindle ensures you will not get distracted in any way.

This product has many features to ensure comfortable reading. For instance, adjustable front light, one-handed reading, long battery life. The front light ensures a glare-free screen. Hence, its easier on the eyes than backlit screens. In addition, Kindle lets you read for hours on a single charge, unlike other smart devices.

You can enjoy your favorite books in many ways. With Audible, you can switch between reading and listening via Bluetooth-enabled speakers or headphones. There is a slim, form-fitting cover to protect the device from sudden impacts. In addition, the cover folds back for one-handed reading. In addition, it automatically puts your Kindle to sleep when closed and wakes upon opening. Hence, it is easy to get back to your story.

Last update was on: November 21, 2019 2:18 pm

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