Kindle Life Cycle

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Every Kindle model has its own unique life cycle that you're going to want to know about before you invest your hard-earned money. Learn about the Kindle life cycle with help from an electronics expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Zach, and today I'm going to talk about a Kindle's life cycle. Now this doesn't mean what you may think it does. Basically, I'm just going to talk about each Kindle and why you would want to use that one. Now this is one of the original Kindles and this is something I would absolutely suggest somebody that doesn't care about Internet browsing, doesn't care about Netflix, doesn't care about applications, or the Android interface of a Kindle. So that's something where it's just very simple. You just go up and down with the buttons and then hit the center button to read. It takes a second, but that's it. You can go back home with that button. Next I'm going to talk about the other Kindle. This is the new Kindle Fire HD. All you do is unlock on the bottom and slide. It's much more responsive. When I tell it I want to go to my books it's faster than if I told this one I want to watch or rather read The Wisdom of Insecurity. Takes a little bit longer. Also with this, I have Cloud service where I can store my books on the Cloud. That's great. Now when I go home you can see I have other books listed I have bright colors, I can get applications. I can IMDB, everything. There's a lot to the Kindle Fire that works out really nicely. But if you don't want to shell out that 199 dollars that it's going for now, and let's say if you have an Android or an iPhone. Same idea. All I have to do is download the application. Go to my home and I've already downloaded it here so I just hit Kindle, and there are all my books. My name is Zach, and I just explained about the life cycles of a Kindle. Thanks for watching.

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