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Amazon has slimmed down both the number of Kindle e-readers the e-tailer is offering, as well as the price.
At its Kindle store, Amazon now offers just two versions of the Kindle: the widescreen DX, for $489, and a 6-inch version of the Kindle optimized for both domestic and international wireless downloads. (Previously, the two versions were separate devices.) As of now, the price of the latter Kindle is $259, down from $279, the launch price of the international Kindle. Amazon’s domestic and international Kindles both use the GSM international wireless standard.
The most reasonable explanation for the price cut is a competitive one; the rival Barnes & Noble Nook costs $259 as well.
Wired also discovered
that the international version does offer some Web browsing, as long as
the only site users want to visit is Wikipedia. Pictures that appear on
the site, however, are not rendered, Wired reported.
In other Kindle news, The New York Times appears to have discovered a user who can mimic the “lending” aspect that the Nook uses.
“But she has actually never paid for an e-book. Exploiting a loophole in
Amazon’s system, Ms. [Shayna] Englin has linked her Kindle to the Amazon account
of some nearby friends, allowing all of them to read books like “The
Lost Symbol” at the same time — while paying for them only once,” the Times reported.
Hat tip to Engadget.
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