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Amazon Great Indian Sale: Samsung On7 Pro, Kindle, Lenovo Ideapad, more on discount

Amazon Great Indian Sale
Amazon India is offering extraordinary deals and discounts in its Amazon Great Indian Sale. The three-day sale is live from today, i.e. August 8. During the next three days, you will be able to purchase products across a wide range of categories at discounted...

Amazon Kindle Oasis vs Kindle Voyage: Specifications, features and price comparison

Despite the rapid growth of Android tablets, Amazon has not stopped the production of its popular e-book reader, Kindle. This is because people who read a lot still prefer a silent device like Kindle, using which they can read content without any distractions. In...

Amazon Kindle Oasis Reader price and availability: Ships at $290 from 27 April

Amazon has introduced Kindle Oasis with a 6-inch high resolution 300 PPI display with leather charging cover at $289.99. Touted to be the eighth and slimmest device, the Kindle Oasis features a charger that is built into its cover. Even though you can place...

Amazon Kindle now available in white color in India for Rs 5,999

Amazon Kindle
The pocket-friendly Kindle e-book reader by Amazon is now available in white colour along with the black colour in which the device was originally launched. You can buy this tablet on Amazon.in and also through 680 retail stores that are spread throughout the country...

Amazon Festive Sale: Best Deals on Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage e-Readers Amazon Festive Sale

Deals on Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage e-Readers
The Kindle e-Readers are a big hit with the book lovers and readers. In the Great Indian Festive sale, the Kindle has been made up to Rs. 2000 cheaper. Here is a brief glance at the readers and their current prices. Amazon Kindle  This is the...

How to Send Personal Documents to Kindle

Kindle is quickly replacing the traditional way of book reading. You no more need to carry those bulky books, nor need you to worry about disposing them after reading. This indeed is a welcoming change. Why not stop wasting paper and incline ourselves to...

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