After the announcement of the Kindle Fire Android table earlier today, Amazon has launched Kindle Touch. The small device lacks a keyboard, has a traditional Kindle E-Ink display and is priced at $99. A second device that is the Kindle Touch 3G which offered for $149. The touch features X-Ray, which allows you to “see all the passages across a book that mention ideas, fictional characters, historical figures, places or topics of interest, as well as more detailed descriptions from Wikipedia and Shelfari.”

The devices are 8 percent lighter and 11 percent smaller then the older version of Kindle. Another cheaper version of the the Kindle for $79, features 6 inch e-ink display, and is 30 percent lighter than the existing kindle, 18 percent smaller body, and it weighs in at just 6 ounces. They are going to be shipped from 21 November.


The Devices are now available at amazon.

Source: thisismynext, geekygadgets.

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