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9-30-2010 @ 5:04PM
Wow! such argument... I live in canada, and as such, this article made me extremely sad. Blogs are not available in Canada. But an article about how wow insider is now available on teh amazon blog shop, written by a kindle owner who thoroughly enjoys said product? i don't think thats shameless marketing, its jsut, what it is, a news item abotu a new way to access wow insider, and a little bit about how awesome the writer thinks the kindle is.I personally agree Kindle over Ipad, but that is because i use my kindle for reading books, and i read for long periods of time. If i want to surf teh web i use my laptop or my desktop, its really an issue of what you are using it for, i agree that yeas, ipad can do tons more, but, if i sat for 4 hours reading a book on an i-pad, i would be suffernign from severe eye strain, which i would not on the kindle, whic is designed to read like a real book, no back lighting e-ink screen. I like it. E-reader wise, the kindle was definately the superior choice, I dislike the Sony, its too pricey, and in comparison very behild the times, The Kodo costs more to buy in store than it cost me to order a kindle online with international shipping, and it's also not great, slow page turns, heavier, the screen has less contrast, which works out to a big thing, and the nook is somply not an option since B&N is not in Canada at all. I'm extremely happy with my kindle3, i have the wifi, no 3g.I'd even be perfectly willing to pay the 1.99/mo to get the wow insider blog, if it were accessible here in canada... because i love reading wow insider, and especially right now, I'm pregnant and on bedrest, so i can't get up and go sit at my computer to read it, my son is usually monopolizing the laptop, and while teh experimental browser on teh kindle works okay, the kindle isn't designed for web browsing, thats why its experimental after all...I think this is awesome news,a nd when blogs become available here that will be teh first one is ign up for on my kindle. I have much love!
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