You’d think with the popularity of tablets being at an all time high, there’d hardly be room for e-readers. That’s an understandable assumption, but it doesn’t give enough credit to what a quality these devices offer. Amazon obviously feels the market is still bustling with activity, as the company currently offers three different e-ink devices – Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard.
The Kindle Touch is a device that has immediate appeal because it combines the old technology (barebones Kindle) with the new (multi-touch support). Not to mention it’s a Kindle, which for some is reason enough to hop on board. Consumers, especially ones who have used an older Kindle, will feel comfortable with the device’s simplicity and utilitarian approach.
To hear our full Kindle Touch impressions, including a comparison with the original Kindle, check out the video, and stay tuned for further coverage.