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3 Pros and Cons: iPad vs. Kindle for book reading

I am only taking about the reading experience here.

3 Pros for book reading on Kindle compared to iPad:
1. Kindle can be read outside even under bright sunlight
2. Kindle does not heat up even after prolonged use
3. Kindle has longer battery life

3 Cons:
1. Can not read Kindle in the dark
2. No color on kindle
3. No touch screen on kindle

Off course iPad is a device for more than just book reading.
But for a serious book reader Kindle is clearly a better device for book reading,
especially due to no heating up and outside reading advantage.

Here is shiny new ad from Amazon highlighting the outside readability aspect.


One Response

  1. I was on the fence for months before I finally decided to order my Kindle 2. I had been reading such mixed reviews about the device and about Amazon’s customer service that I simply could not decide about the purchase. This review is for all of those people, like me, that cannot decide if they need a Kindle 2 for themselves. Well, struggle with the decision no more and ORDER IT! I am so happy with my Kindle 2 and I look forward to reading it every single day. All of the problems that I was worried about are not problems at all. Downloading books is easy, the screen is NOT too dark, the font size is adjustable and the Kindle customer service support is terrific. I had a problem with my Kindle 2 and I was instantly connected with the most helpful representative. I did not have to wait on hold and the problem was solved in no time. I have made the highest recommendations of the Kindle 2 to my friends and family and will continue to do so in the future. I can say with absolute confidence, if you order your own Kindle 2 you will not be disappointed!!!

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