Kindle Touch launched in the UK


Amazon have announced it’s launching the Kindle Touch in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain. Available for a few months in US it will be here in the UK from April 27th. It uses the same E Ink screen as the other Kindle devices and will cost £109 for the wi-fi version and £169 for the 3G version.

There is no news on if the Android powered Kindle Fire will be available outside the US yet.

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Simple-to-use touchscreen, with audio and built-in Wi-Fi
  • Most-advanced E Ink display, now with multi-touch
  • Reads like real paper, even in bright sunlight
  • Built in Wi-Fi – get books in 60 seconds
  • Sleek design – Only 213 grams, holds up to 3,000 books
  • EasyReach touch technology lets you read easily with one hand
  • New X-Ray feature lets you look up characters, historical figures, and interesting phrases. Learn More
  • Text-to-speech, audiobooks and mp3 support
  • Up to two month battery life
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