Lab126, a subsidiary of Amazon.com, released an innovative wireless scanning device, the Amazon Kindle at 2007. This is the best gadget for enthusiastic readers that are constantly on the move. With it, users will have access to tens of thousands of literary works at their hands anytime, anywhere. Since its launch, the gadget has undergone several important improvements and update. So far, Amazon has introduced four versions of the digital reader – Kindle, Kindle two, Kindle 3, and Kindle DX. Even though the Kindle 2 and 3 versions include a 6 inch screen (like the initial variant), the Kindle DX includes a 9.7 inch screen. In addition, all models are just less than 0.4 inches thick.
Regardless of the size difference, such as other variations of Kindle, the Kindle DX also uses the E Ink Pearl digital paper technologies for its display. This technology ensures that a much better reading experience for every user. If a normal backlit LCD display of a tablet computer or notebook glares while seen under bright sunshine, Kindle’s E Ink Pearl display doesn’t. In reality, the display reads and looks just like normal paper. Moreover, the Kindle DX also has eight adjustable font sizes for a more comfortable viewing experience. With only a push of a button, you can easily increase or reduce the text size.
With a storage capacity of 4 GB, this digital reading device can save up to 3,500 books, papers, journals, magazines, and other files. Its Worry-Free Archive attribute allows you to automatically keep an archival backup of your e-books even once you’ve deleted them. In this manner, you can re-download them anytime without needing to pay a penny. What’s more, the attribute also backs up the previous page you read in addition to annotations. This usually means you could check gadget review for all of the notes and bookmarks you’d made until you deleted the electronic publication.