The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-book readers that is designed and marketed by Amazon.com. The Amazon Kindle device enables their users to shop for, download, browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless networking. The hardware platform, which was developed by Amazon.com subsidiary Lab126, started as a single device and now comprises of a range of devices, including dedicated e-readers with E-Ink electronic paper displays, and Android-based tablets with the color LCD screens.
The Kindle also contains several free experimental features. These features include a basic web browser. Users can also play music from MP3 files in the background, in the order they were added to the Kindle, if the device supports MP3 playback. Operating system updates are designed to be received wirelessly and installed automatically during a period in sleep mode in which Wi-Fi is turned on. Kindle can also be charged using either a supercomputer’s USB port, or by using an AC adapter.
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