Showing posts from 2014

Kindle, 6" E Ink Display, Wi-Fi

Having been a little overwhelmed by the choices between all the new Kindles and which one to get, I got this new basic Kindle first to take for a spin. So far, I like what I see.  1. Form-factor - Compared to the Kindle 3, this Kindle feels more compact, lighter and easier to hold. My hands wrap around this better than K3. Reading books for a few hours at a stretch will be easier on this device compared to the K3. It is the lightest such device I have used compared to all previous Kindles and other tablets. 2. Screen - I personally like the fact that there are no keys on the device and that keys come up on the screen when you need them. Delivers a better overall reading experience. However, navigating through the on-screen keyboard with the 5-way controller can be taxing if you need to do a lot of searching, and you might miss the full physical keyboard. I hardly search on the Kindle itself, I search for books on my laptop so this is a non-issue. 3. Price ! - At Rs 4999 (with

Unboxing Asus ZenFone 4 A450CG

Un Boxing  and First user experience pf Asus ZenFone 4 A450CG