Were you one of the people who jumped on board when Amazon released the Kindle 2 less than three months ago? Well, you guessed it, Amazon is dropping yet another new and improved version of the original Kindle dubbed the Kindle DX. Sporting a monstrous 9.7 inch paper like e-ink display (2.5 larger than the Kindle 2) and an even thinner design, the Kindle DX also features a new built-in PDF reader, auto-rotate ability (so you can view documents in portrait or landscape mode), 4 GB of on-board storage, a handy dandy text to speech feature, and free wireless 3G so you can quickly download new books from the Kindle Store. The Kindle Store currently offers more than 275,000 books (including text books for all the college kids out there) and dozens of newspapers and magazines are also available for subscription or single-edition purchase.
If all of this sounds good to you, you can pick up a Kindle DX from Amazon now for $489.
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