Amazon’s Kindle product line, which expanded with three new models Wednesday, has come a long way since it was first introduced in 2007.
That original $399 Kindle had a poor design–I bought one and returned it after a couple of weeks. The $359 Kindle 2 introduced in 2009 was better—a lot better—and I bought one and kept it. The 2010 model continued the trend of a rapidly declining price ($189 for a Wi-Fi and 3G version, $139 for a Wi-Fi-only model) and rapidly improving hardware design. (Let’s not speak of the enormous and expensive Kindle DX, please.) [read]


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