Amazon Kindle (2011)

We haven't had a chance to fully test this product yet, but we've assembled this helpful overview of relevant information on it.

When Amazon introduced the Kindle it was well over a $100 in cost and many were clamoring for the retail company release a cheaper version. In 2011, Amazon finally released a sub-$100 version in the Amazon Kindle (2011). To get that price, Amazon removed the keyboard that is standard on most other models (except for the touch model, but that one has a touchscreen). It also has less memory at 2 GBs over other models which feature 4 GBs of memory. The Kindle comes with a 6-inch E ink Pearl screen and is WiFi ready. With wireless turned off, Amazon says that the battery should last for about a month. While the memory is small the Kindle does have access to Amazon’s cloud storage. The Kindle doesn’t weigh much at 5.8 ounces with dimensions of 6.5-inches by 4.5-inches. 

Features List:

– 6-inch E ink Pearl display

– WiFi ready

– 2 GB of memory

– Amazon cloud storage

– Weighs 5.8 ounces

– 6.5 by 4.5 inches

– 1 month battery life

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