The Amazon Kindle is a handheld electronic device made for reading digital e-books and blogs. The Kindle, much like an iPod or MP3 player which play music files, allows you to carry a large number of digital books and electronic documents in your pocket. (The Kindle is also capable of playing music files as well.)
The Amazon Kindle is perfect for bicycle tourists, as it is small, lightweight and thin. Most importantly, the device holds a huge amount of data and there are currently over 275,000 books and documents to download for the Kindle on Amazon.com alone, so you’re guaranteed to never get bored while out on the road.
Now, thanks to the Amazon Kindle Blog Subscriptions Program, you can read BicycleTouringPro.com on your Kindle!
When you sign up for your Kindle edition of BicycleTouringPro.com, you get a free 14-day trial, during which time new articles from the website at BicycleTouringPro.com are automatically streamed to your Kindle device for you to enjoy, whether you be at home or out on the road!
Click here to add BicycleTouringPro.com to your Kindle subscriptions.
If you don’t yet have a Kindle, you can read more about the device here, or you are welcome to watch the video belo which walks you through a number of the Kindle’s main features.
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The Kindle looks like quite an interesting thing. However I personally hate reading large amounts of text off a computer screen. I would much rather have a paper book.
Do you intent to write anything on netbooks and their use for the bike tourist? I have just got myself a very nice Samsung NC10 which looks like it can do all the kindle can plus more and is really not much bigger. I got the netbook mainly for storing and editing photos while on the road as I am a photographer. I can write a review if you need one in the future.