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The New World of Amazon Kindle There was little buzz about the introduction of Amazon Kindle into the tech scene, but e-readers are becoming popular and a must-have in the electronics and cool tech gadgets world. For better understanding, the Kindle would refer to books while MP3 player refers to music. The scenario is electronic readers have the best of the books and computers, and mix them together to form a hand held book reader called the Kindle. But still, tried and true book lovers consider the old-fashioned method of reading books rather than having a small electronic reader. On the positive side, the Kindle has slowly gaining grounds in turning old-fashioned book worms into die-hards e-reader fans. Book lovers are starting to accept the convenience of an e-reader, although with still a little question mark on their faces, because they realize that for example if they are travelling, they do not need to bring a suitcase of books but instead just have a small gadget on hand. It would be great to imagine that wherever you travel and at any time, you can read any book you like at the mere touch of a button. There are already plans that textbooks might be replaced in the schools soon with this gadget, and in fact a school in Florida is already testing the Kindle and so far it is very well received. Another company produced its own version called the Nook and is the closest competition of the Kindle with having similarity in their features. The selling prices of these gadgets are very competitive, on the other hand, for you to decide on which is your better choice, you might want to check out some of their differences.
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The speed and battery life of the Kindle seems to be better than the Nook. Note that the Kindle has a 30-day battery life compared to the 10-day battery life of the Nook.
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With regards to price, both Kindle and Nook appear to be comparable at around $140 for their basic models. There are more selections being offered in the Kindle, while the Nook can also download content from cities and libraries which are already electronic savvies. As far as features are concern, the Kindle is still on the push buttons category but can access the internet worldwide, while the Nook has a touch screen to navigate but can only be used in the USA. There is another new brand but still cannot match the battery life of the Kindle with its 22 day life versus the 30 day battery life of the Kindle. Plus this new brand is a bit pricey at $950 compared to the $240 of the Kindle. This new brand has a larger screen but still only available in the US for use, and this makes the Kindle still at an advantage.