Tag Archives: Kindle

iPad is better e-reader than Kindle

Article published by Technorati on 9th May 2011 I have been reading on my Kindle Dx now for over a year and I loved being in possession of such unique and rare reading device in India. One hardly sees anyone reading on a Kindle in this country. Reading on a Kindle has been a good experience due to its paper-like feel, unlit and un-finger marked screen, ease of underlining, etc. Though Kindle is equipped with 3G, EDGE & Wi-Fi-enabled connectivity but one struggles to connect with the Internet for references or at times for a Google search. The small keyboard …

ipad2 why to or not to buy

Good news is that now iPad2 is available in India and lapse of time from global launch is not as of iPad. iPad2 was launched on 29th April and I was one of the lucky ones to get one, on the day one. Why I say that I was lucky one that, this is what Apple does the best that they make feel their customers good being possession of the Apple Products. Like always Performance is superb but user friendliness or utility always remains debatable issue for all Apple products. So here are my takes after 48 hours of possession …

Handheld Devices and Website Designing

Internet is no more a thing of technology for most of the people. It’s just one of the thing, we use in our day-to-day life – like wheels, telephone, electricity or even computers. Its part of our life and we do not take a note of Internet as being backbone of the Digital World, which opens a new world of websites for us through Internet. Welcome to the NEW ERA, which is popularly known as DIGITAL ERA. As we move into the digital space, gadgets around us have started changing and manufacturers are everyday introducing new adaptations of their products. …

Kindle in India – A Pride Possession

9 months back, when I bought the Kindle Dx, it was a alien thing for India. But since than, thanks to media and launch of iPad, which brought Kindle in lime light in India. With no free shipping available and for want of more than necessary accessories (cover and night light), I ended up paying a $815 (unbelievable amount of almost Rs. 37,000), but since I wanted to get back to long lost habit of reading and with no fuss of visiting a book shop every time when I have to buy a book, it appeared to me a good …