If you’re looking for a way to make some extra money or even start a new career, then you should consider becoming an online bookseller. Getting into the used books business is an easy and profitable venture. It’s not a get-rich-quick scheme, but with a little work, you could be on your way to making a nice income.
The Amazon Fire brings together a lot of the features that are available at Amazon.com. Kindle comes with its own web browser called Amazon silk. As an owner of an Amazon Fire, you will be able to take advantage of Kindle books, Amazon instant video, Amazon MP3, Amazon prime, Amazon app store and integration with amazon services, right from your Fire device.
You’ll need an account, and will want to register your new device with either of the retailers, and you can do so by clicking either of the links above. Both pages provide simple step-by-step directions about how to register, get updates, and get started with your new eReader.
Upgraded from the old generation of other Kindle models, the Fire model is more improved in terms of internal memory. While other Kindle e-book readers only have 4 GB of memory or holding 3,500 e-books at the most, Kindle Fire will have 8 GB of memory; enough for saving various media contents. 8 GB equals 6,000 e-books, 800 songs, 80 apps, or 10 movies.
Portability — The 7-in. touchscreen makes the Kindle Fire more portable than larger tablets such as Apple’s iPad2 and HP’s TouchPad. The whole tablet is less than half an inch thick and slightly smaller than a mid-sized paperback book in width and height. It weighs just 14.6 oz.
This latest generation Kindle holds 1,500 books, is sleek and easy to hold with the smaller 6″ screen and uses Sprint’s 3G Networks for downloading. The price seems to be right at $259.00 (lowered from $299).
Whatever the store, the important thing is that you have many choices in books, and now in the ways that you can read them-in print or in digital formats. Have fun with your new eReader and read lots of good books in 2011!