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Amazon Kindle Touch Wi-Fi

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External reviews of Amazon Kindle Touch Wi-Fi
  • Kindle Touch review


    • Great price
    • Crisp, clear screen
    • Intuitive interface
    • Great store and software


    • Less elegant
    • More expensive
    • Some interface elements not totally touch-friendly

    A great ebook reader with a natural touch interface, and that's small and light."

    9 years ago
  • Amazon Kindle Touch 2011


    • is a compact, lightweight, and affordable e-book reader with an e-ink touch screen. It offers access to a massive catalog of books, magazines, newspapers, and audiobooks via's familiar online store, as well as to online loaners from your local library. It also supports MP3s and--for some titles--text-to-speech.


    • All accessories--including a cover and an AC charger--cost extra. You also need to spend an extra $40 if you don't want the ad-supported Special Offers version, and $50 more if you want 3G wireless support. The lack of hard page-turn buttons may frustrate left-handed readers.

    The Kindle Touch is Amazon's best e-reader to date.

    9 years ago
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    Amazon Kindle Touch review

    It’s more expensive than the Kindle Keyboard 3G, but performance is slicker, with much faster response times and page turns. Ask us to choose between the Wi-Fi Touch and the non-touch model, however, and we’d go for the £20-cheaper one every time.