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Wednesday
Aug212019

Review: Amazon Kindle Oasis

I brought the newest version of the Amazon Kindle Oasis (3rd generation) on my most recent getaway. A family member had questioned why I would bring another device when I could bring my phone and pretty much do everything on it. While I can add the Kindle app onto my iPhone and take it on the go, the truth is, I like to separate my enjoyment of reading from any tasks I do on my phone. This also means I less distractions and I can stay more focused on the book. I'm too easily tempted to check my emails or Instagram or Telegram on a whim. There. I admit it. Houston, we have a problem, that's a post for another time. 

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Wednesday
Aug172016

SlideShow: Looking at the Kobo Aura One eReader

Launched earlier today, the Kobo Aura One is the most advanced eReader with a larger 7.8" E Ink screen, waterproofing, a new ComfortLight PRO feature that reduces blue-light exposure for nightime reading and improved functionality for borrowing eBooks from a public library.

Wednesday
Apr132016

Amazon goes thin, light and premium with new Kindle Oasis 

Amazon wants to make eReaders exciting again by introducing the thinnest and lightest Kindle reader ever. The Kindle Oasis is a reinvention of their popular reader and is 30% thinner on average and over 20% lighter than any other Kindle. It is also the most expensive Kindle we've seen in years starting at $399.99.

Kindle Oasis—the eighth generation of Kindle—crafted from the ground up for readers, with an all-new, incredibly thin and light design, plus an included charging cover that delivers months of battery life. Kindle Oasis is available for pre-order today for $399.99 and will start shipping in the coming weeks. Meet Kindle Oasis at www.amazon.ca/kindleoasis.    

“To lean back and read for hours, you need a sanctuary from distraction,” said Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com Founder and CEO. “We want Kindle to disappear, and Kindle Oasis is the next big step in that mission. It’s the most advanced Kindle we’ve ever built—thin and ultra-lightweight, it gets out of the way so you can lose yourself in the author’s world.”

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Thursday
Feb182016

Kindle Voyage eReader now available on Amazon.ca

Amazon's Kindle Voyage is now available in Canada via Amazon.ca for the price of $299.99. Kindle Voyage is super thin—at just 7.6mm—and light—weighing less than 180 grams – making it easy to hold and read on for hours.

With a flush-front bezel for a clean, streamlined design, Kindle Voyage was crafted to come one step closer to a sheet of paper. It features a high-resolution 300 pixel per inch, high contrast, and high brightness display and has an adaptive front light which automatically adjusts the brightness of the display based on surrounding light. Kindle Voyage also features reimagined page turns with PagePress making it easy to turn a page without lifting a finger—simply rest your thumb on the bezel and turn the page by lightly pressing.   For more information check out www.amazon.ca/voyage.

Source: Amazon