Are they as good as they seem?
I'm very tempted, any downsides or things its worth knowing about?
No more reading in the bath for you Btw, FF started this thread http://www.runnersworld.co.uk/forum/forummessages/mps/dt/4/UTN/169288/(Delayed xpost to Saffy)
ETA - footnotes are apparently split onto another page if you are reading non-fiction books
B wrote (see)
beebs my Mum absolutely loves her kindle, she is a total convert. She likes it for reading in bed as it is so light to hold when snuggled down. She has been downloading free books and has just re-read Little Women which she hasn't read since she was a girl. Black Beauty eh?
beebs my Mum absolutely loves her kindle, she is a total convert. She likes it for reading in bed as it is so light to hold when snuggled down. She has been downloading free books and has just re-read Little Women which she hasn't read since she was a girl.
Black Beauty eh?
Link to FF's thread
Its a yes from me, nice to see real people confirming the Amazon reviews.
I bought Limpette one for Christmas and I am dead jealous now! It's brilliant. Techno-wise I can't tell you anything cos I'm a bit fick innit about the details, but I know I want one!
gingerfurball wrote (see)
Good move! Love mine. Love it love it love it!! Love it!
Flat Footed wrote (see)
Can update that after owning one for all of 8 days I absolutely love my Kindle, so easy to use and I really do think it reads like a book.....Best cash i've spent in a long time
Bought Mrs RK one for Xmas. Fab bit of kit. She gets through 2 or 3 books a week and don't think she'll go to paper again.
Cheap, ney free books, keeps your page, downloadable books, web browserm light, compact - no downsides at all.
Having read all the reviews and taking my lead from TP I may purchase one if I manage to stay on the waggon (with no chocolate not booze) for the month of January.
Kazz - any chance you might have yours on you when I see you?
I second all the positive reviews......... my wife bought me one for Christmas, and I love it.......
I'm re-acquanting myself with the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and have got many funny looks on the train when I laugh out loud at something.....
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