Amazon has tapped wireless technology to provide virtual book reading experience to its millions of customers all over the world. The online retail giant has just launched its electronic book reading tool 'Kindle' that instantly accesses more than 90,000 books, blogs, magazines, and newspapers in the world.
As we have discussed here just a few days ago, Kindle is primarily based on WiFi technology. The weight of the reader is just 10oz. It can carry nearly 200 books. It means a virtual library, which can provide you a wide range of topics.
The price of Kindle is around $400. It allows users download books, newspapers and blogs through a wireless connection. The retailers charges just $10 for downloading each release.
The battery-powered reader will bring you some of the reputed newspapers like the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. For newspaper downloading, the price is from $5.99 to $14.99. For Magazine downloading, the price tag is from $1.25 to $3.49 per month. You can access to blogs at a modest price, just 99 cents.