The Kindle DX is Amazon's large screen 3G wireless reading device.

 

This Kindle 3G wireless reading device offers the best reading experience for charts, tables, maps, textbooks and PDFs.

 

Loaded with features and once it is packed full of Amazon Kindle ebooks, this device will change your reading experience forever.    

 

What does the Kindle DX have over the all new Kindle, Kindle DX(102407)Credit: www.amazon.comKindle Touch and Kindle Keyboard?   

Its large 9.7" e-ink display, at 2.5 times the size of the Kindle, makes it ideal for magazines, newspapers, blogs, pdfs, books and of course images, charts, tables and maps. 

 

What about the screen? 

With the same e-ink technology as other Kindle devices, the Kindle DX graphite model offers high contrast for the clearest and sharpest text and images.  Of course it is also easy on the eyes and anti glare so you can enjoy the Kindle DX outdoors too, even in direct sunlight.  

 

The Kindle DX incorporates an enhanced newspaper reading experience and a built-in PDF reader 

With Kindle DX's large display, reading newspapers is easy as you can flip between articles quickly and clip and save whole articles for reading later.

 

The built-in PDF reader allows you to take all your documents with you, and zoom in up to 300% to view small print and detailed tables and charts. 

 

The Kindle DX incorporates 3G technology   

This Kindle 3G wireless reading device provides the most user-friendly set-up as it requires no connectivity install. In fact, you are ready to shop for, download and commence reading one of the millions of Kindle ebooks available right out of the box.  

 

The built-in free 3G connectivity uses the same wireless signals that cell phones use, but there are no monthly fees or contracts, and this allows you to download ebooks anytime and anywhere. 

 

The experimental browser also allows you to check emails, Facebook or Twitter from the Kindle DX using a Wi-Fi hotspot, without having to pay a monthly service fee. 

 

As an added bonus, you can enjoy free Wi-Fi access at AT&T hotspots across the U.S. for shopping for and downloading Kindle content — no AT&T registration, sign-in or password required.    

 

Physical keyboard  

The Kindle DX incorporates a physical keyboard.  Having this keyboard constantly present makes it easy to take notes, search the dictionary, find passages in books and search the web.    

 

Just add Amazon Kindle Ebooks

The Kindle DX has the capability to hold 3,500 books, PDFs and personal documents.

 

With many books priced from as low as $0.99 and more than 800,000 Kindle ebooks priced at less than $9.99, including this season's best sellers, it is unlikely you will ever run out of books again.  

 

It’s also worth mentioning the millions of free, out-of-copyright titles and thousands of free Kindle ebooks published daily through the Amazon store. With a free library like that at you finder tips, you may never have to visit a public library again.   

 

Customize your device

The wide range of Kindle DX covers, Kindle DX cases and Kindle DX accessories allow you to personalize your device to suit your personality. You can add the latest gel skins, leather covers, sleeves, designer covers or reading lights – the opportunities are almost endless.         

 

Kindle DX specificatons at a glance    Kindle DX graphiteCredit: www.amazon.com

Connectivity -  free 3G

Products - download millions of books, magazines, newspapers, audiobooks, games and documents to get started today

Web access - experimental browser

Display - 9.7" E-ink

Battery life - 3 weeks

Storage - up to 3,500 books

Dimensions - 10.4" x 7.2" x 0.38"

Weight - 18.9 ounces        

 

The reviews are in  

Join the happy customers saying things like:  "pictures look great on it" and "The PDF reader is extremely convenient."

 

Where do I buy a Kindle DX?

Check out the Amazon store to compare prices and check out the Kindle DX reviews and, thanks to speedy delivery and great customer service, you’ll soon be able to start enjoying the benefits of the modern age of reading.