The new Kindle released during summer was improved in almost every way. It had 50 percent better contrast than any other e-reader on the market at the time, a new sleek design with a 21 percent smaller body while still keeping the same 6-inch-size reading area, and a 15 percent lighter weight at just 8.7 ounces.
The price was also better too with a $139 Wi-Fi version and a $189 3G model.
Whether you have one of the shiny new Kindles, or one of the previous models on which you've read many books, there's a Tom's Hardware e-reader experience that's built specifically for the Amazon device.
The Tom's Hardware Kindle blog collects content from the site, which is then fully downloaded onto your Kindle so you can read them even when you're not wirelessly connected. Unlike RSS readers, which often only provide headlines, blogs on Kindle give you full text content and images, and are updated wirelessly throughout the day.
Check out Tom's Hardware for Kindle (opens in new tab).