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Amazon Kindle

There's already been a lot written about the new Amazon Kindle but I wanted to point to this good review on ZDNet.

If you’ve been considering jumping into the e-reader game, the Kindle offers enough bells and whistles to justify the $100 premium over Sony’s $299 Reader – heck the wireless access alone is worth that. But make no mistakes about it — the Kindle feels like a 1.0 device, and like most first generation products, there appears to be a lot of room for improvement. And I can’t help but believe that Amazon knows that too, but that they figured that the current version was good enough for public consumption, and that by releasing it, they could get a lot more guinea pigs.

Review link

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