To continue with my series of reviews for the Kindle Touch (read about Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3), today, I’m going to share how I find the Kindle 2011 and the Kindle Touch similar and at the same time different.
KINDLE VS. KINDLE TOUCH
Since I mentioned that I was able to use a Kindle even before I got a KT, I think it’s only fair to give a brief comparison of the two.
|1||E – Ink Technology||E – Ink Pearl|
|2||Aesthetics||Gray body with matte finish;
Screen is depressed about 1/8 of an inch from the surface with a dark-colored bezel surrounding it;
The prominent Kindle logo at the top and at the back of the device;
|3||Refresh Rate||Full refresh every 6 pages|
|4||Data Transfer||Through the micro USB provided (or even a generic one works fine)|
|5||Battery Charging||By connecting the USB (“trickle charging”) to your desktop or laptop or by using an adapter|
|6||Reading Experience||Makes reading-on-the-go a delight like no other.|