New Kindle DX Features Better Display, Lower Price

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Better… still not color though.

Amazon is in the news again this week with the unveiling of the new Kindle DX. Available in a new Graphite color, the new version of the large-screen electronic reading device offers 50 percent more contrast for clearer text and sharper images. It also has a lower price at $379, down from $489.
Like the previous version, it has an auto-rotating screen that automatically changes the display into landscape mode when you turn the device, which is useful for viewing full-width maps and large images. Other features include free global 3G wireless, as well as Amazon’s Whispersync technology, which keeps the last position read synchronized across Kindle apps on all platforms. It also has native PDF document viewing support. The Kindle DX is just over one-third of an inch thick, making it roughly the same thickness as most magazines.
The new Kindle DX in Graphite will be released on July 7, and Amazon is currently accepting pre-orders on the company’s web site. Check out PCMag’s Kindle DX review to see why the original version was rated a 4 out of 5.

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