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    Posted: 17 Jun 2009 at 11:04am
I just took delivery of my new KindleDX electronic book from Amazon. It is great! I still own an RCA REB1100 ebook from many years ago, which I still use, but it is showing early signs of impending failure, so I was looking for a replacement.

Yeah, it's expensive, but I think it will be worth it, as I plan to use it for as long as I've owned my dying RCA ebook.

I've only downloaded one book so far, but it went fine. Mark Levin's latest book, Liberty and Tyranny. Book store price: $26. Amazon price via built in cell phone link: $9.99, and very quick.

So far the only two things I don't like about it is that the "digital ink" display cannot have an internal backlight to illuminate the screen, and the screen is not touch sensitive. But I knew that going in.


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Can you put your own personal pdf files on it?
And I mean NOT by uploading them to Amazon.com
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Yes!

The earlier Kindle books had to have PDFs funneled through the website to your special email account to convert them, but my new DX, which is the larger and newest version, has a PDF reader burned into the firmware. You plug the ebook into a standard USB data port, and your computer sees it as an external storage device, like a pocket USB memory keychain, or external hard drive. Then you use Windows Explorer to drag and drop things both ways, into the ebook from your computer, or to your computer from the ebook. That way, you can back up your purchased books. That is how you can load MP3 music files also, if you like to listen to music as you read.

One of my hobbies is antique tube radio repair. I recently purchased several CD-R discs from an Ebay seller that have old radio repair correspondence courses on them, in PDF format. I dragged them from the CDR discs in my computer's DVD drive, into the KindleDX ebook. No problem at all.

Which is not to say that every PDF works right. I downloaded the schematic diagram for my 1938 Zenith model 9S262 radio from a special website, Nostalgiaair.com, and while the cover sheet displays fine on the Kindle, the actual schematic wiring diagram does not. I'm not sure yet what is wrong, but I suspect I'll have to filter it through Amazon's conversion system for it to work correctly.

You also cannot delete anything from the ebook unless it is plugged into your computer's USB socket. Then you can do it with your mouse. I discovered this problem after I had problems displaying those few PDFs I mentioned above. I then tried to delete them, but I could not find a command to do so. Probably done that way on purpose, to make it difficult to accidentaly erase things.

I think the PDF thing might be related to the original PDF encoding method. If all the data in the PDF is either imagery or text, it displays fine, but if it is a combo of both, the text page displays but it chokes on the image file. That is just a guess, though.

So far, I still like it! Smile


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What is the "connection" to Amazon like? Is it a Wi-Fi, requiring you to be near a Wi-Fi network, or is it some other type of wireless connection, like a cellphone network?
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It is called "WhisperNet", and it is basically a cellular phone modem built into the book. Speed depends on how close you are to a cell node. It uses Sprint's EVDO system. The cell connection won't work outside the USA, but I think you can still buy books from Amazon and download them directly to the computer you use when outside the USA, and load them directly into the Kindle through it's mini USB socket. You just lose the convenience of the wireless phone link.

I work at North Island Naval Air Station across the bay from San Diego. I'm not sure where the nearest Sprint tower is, but even inside the concrete and rebar 80 year old building I work in, I get 4 out of 5 bars on the signal strength meter, which was enough to grab Mark Levin's book in about 30  seconds. When the "3G" label comes on, meaning you've got the fasted link, I think the same book would have been about ten seconds, maybe less.

I wish the book had a WiFi transceiver built into it. That would have helped with the overseas connection problem. Perhaps the next Kindle version in a year or two might include this.

One nice thing about the cellular modem to Sprint, is that you can turn it off to save a LOT of battery time. The problem with doing that is that if you subscribe to a digital newspaper or magazine, it won't get pushed to you until you turn on the book and activate the cell link. The book can automatically receive each new edition even when turned off, if the phone link is left on. But then you would probably have to plug it into the charger to keep the battery up when you go to bed.

I've not subscribed to any periodicals yet. I find the NY Times and the LA Times to be insufferable (and other adjectives). I may get a trial to the WSJ, and possibly to Reader's Digest, so see how I like them. I emailed my local San Diego paper, and they are aware of the Kindle, but are not equipped to go digital yet, and have no plans to do so. The closest to me is the Orange County Register, which I like well enough and read when I was stationed at El Toro in the Marines, but since I don't live there now, I won't buy it.

This thing will also keep up with about 23,000 blogs! There is a nominal charge, very small, for each one, to cover the costs of grabbing the newest data, formatting it for the book, and sending it to you. And the Kindle keeps track of time, and periodically deletes the oldest entries, to free up memory. You can cut and paste things you want to save, like clippings from a printed newspaper or magazine. There are no blogs I care about enough to subscribe to. I can get all I want and too much via computer when I get home.

Visit Amazon, and read their ad description of the two offered Kindle versions. Now that I actually have one in my hands, I think I can safely say that Amazon has not hyped things very much, if at all. Which for a member of this Forum is very refreshing! Cool

Kindle ebook owners seem to be morphing into a mini cult. On Amazon's Kindle ad page, there is a place where you can be put into contact with a Kindle owner living near you, who is willing to show off their toy to interested folks.
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Just thought I would post an update:

Well, it's been about three weeks, and I still like my KindleDX. And it is still working!

I've got a bunch of books in it, including a couple which have been out of print for a very long time, and they look great, including most of the halftone images from the original paper book, and images of the book's cover art.

I just purchased a single copy each of the July Reader's Digest and the June PC Magazine. I think the PC Mag was about $2 or so, and the RD was less. And guess what? NO ADS!!!SmileCoolLOLWink Of course, there is no promise to omit ads in the future, especially if they get more subscribers who get to like the digital version.

Just as with paper magazines, the single copy price is higher than a subscription price.

I haven't bought a copy of a newspaper yet, but will do so just to see what it looks like on the ebook screen. I wonder if they will stick ads into them or not.
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Have you had issues with Amazon deleting a book you've purchased?  That part pisses me off.  How's the audio quality?  One of these would be a great convenience to me and I've just started looking into possibly investing in a Kindle and was reading the comments about the Kindle 2.  I know you have the KindleDX, I'm comparing the differences and so far there are not nearly the complaints of product failure with the DX as there are with the Kindle 2.  The DX is far more expensive though.  If anyone has any imput, I would appreciate it. 
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No, I had not bought the illegal copy of George Orwell's 1984 (could Amazon have picked a worse title to do this to???) which got yanked due to copyright infringement. But as soon as I read about it, I did a complete backup of all my purchased books, then burned a CD-R copy of the backup. Just to be sure that even if they did, I could restore it. Amazon's president apologized and admitted that Amazon picked a very poor way of dealing with the problem, and they claim that they won't do it that way again. We'll see.

The reader is supposed to be capable of playing MP3 audio files while you read, but I've not yet tried it. The digital voice reader is not bad, and often times does an excellent job of pronunciation, but it is limited in expression and rhythm. I find that the female voice sounds more "real" to me. Something about the timbre of the "male" voice just gets on my nerves. I am reading The Three Musketeers at the moment, and I turned on the voice to read to me for a while. I was curious how it would handle the combinations of  English and French words. It did pretty well, with a few spectacularly funny exceptions.

Partly, the difference in price is due to the larger eInk display area, and the increased memory. The processor and most of the electronics are the same. I think the battery is also the same. The DX was always intended for the college textbook market more than folks that just wanted to read one of the Anne Rice vampire books. The smaller Kindle books are fine for that.  I read that Amazon completely sold out of the initial production run of the DX, but they have restocked now and are shipping again.

I wish that I had complete control over the "sleep" function timing, and the selection of screen saver images. I would dearly like to be able to set my own time interval of something other than the default ten minutes. It is annoying to be reading a very technical publication, one which almost demands that you closely study the page being displayed, maybe doing calculations on a sheet of paper, then have the DX shut down due to inactivity!Ouch  With ordinary books, and most PDF documents, this is not much of a problem. You just slide the power switch over to wake it up and continue. But with some PDF formats, it takes nearly 30 seconds to restart the reader, then have the PDF render itself and become readable again. If you remember to wiggle the "five way" switch once in a while, that suffices to keep the reader active and awake.

At this time, that is really my only complaint about it, wanting to be able to set the sleep timer, and to choose (add or delete) screen saver images that display when the reader is OFF.

I get generally excellent WhisperNet cell phone coverage nearly everywhere in the San Diego area that I have taken my DX.

I did buy a copy of the Orange County Register newspaper. It was fine, and when the local San Diego paper becomes available, I'll subscribe. But there are two big strikes against newspapers on the KindleDX: no comics, and no crossword. I am addicted to the daily and NYT crosswords, and I love Dilbert. There were no pictures of any kind in the newspaper issue I bought, and the DX is capable of very nice grayscale imagery.

One drawback to viewing textbooks on the DX: you cannot buy and load used books, and you cannot sell your used textbook at the end of the semester. And I don't know how paper textbooks are going to compare to digital copies of the exact same textbook, price-wise.
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Thanks for all of the info.  The DX sounds very nice, however I really only think that the Kindle 2 is all that I would need, but based on some of the problems many people have experienced with that version, I'm hesitant.  I'm going to give this some thought.  Thanks again.
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I just read that Apple is near release of their competing device, called, the iTablet, or something like that. Among other things, it is supposed to be a direct competitor to the Kindle, the Sony eReader, Barnes & Nobels' upcoming reader, and others. Sort of like an iPod Touch on mega steroids. Color touch screen. No prices yet, nor pics of the gadget. I own an iPod Touch, and like it very much. Apple has not really laid an egg since the Apple Newton decades ago, but with the price I paid for my iPod Touch, if you blew it up to the size of a KindleDX, with the capabilities of the iPod Touch, I can't see them selling them for less than the KindleDX, and maybe a good bit more. Not without taking a big loss.

We'll see. You might want to wait until Apple releases them before you settle on one electronic book or another.
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I think I'm going to wait and do some research as to which one would best suit my needs and my pocketbook. 
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Still running well.

I've bought a dozen or so pieces of sheet music for my KindleDX. Several of Bach's Brandenburg Concerti, several movements of Handel's Messiah, Mozart duets for Violin and Viola, Bach's great organ work Toccata and Fugue in D Minor BWV-565, Harp concerti, and others. For study, and for following the musical score on the screen while the music is playing, it is fine. But it would take some heroic efforts to be able to play an instrument to the displayed notes. The displayed score is a little small to be comfortable to read at the distance a music stand must sit away from the player, and the page turn function takes much too long to display the next page. To be sure, this is a problem with sheet music printed on paper, but paper notes are larger, and turning the sheets is very quick with practice. Turning each page in the Kindle takes several seconds, and that is a LOT of time when the music is playing! (this assessment being written by a violinist, violist, singer, and studying bagpipe player)
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WinkAdEndN, or others...do you still like your Kindle? I'm curious because MissyDWolf got a fancy-dandy Amazon.com gift cert and she really really really wants one...but she wanted to see if anyone had recent opinions...
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

WinkAdEndN, or others...do you still like your Kindle? I'm curious because MissyDWolf got a fancy-dandy Amazon.com gift cert and she really really really wants one...but she wanted to see if anyone had recent opinions...


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Yes, I carry my KindleDX with me very nearly everywhere I go. I don't take it into stores, but just about everywhere else.

It still works great, and I've dropped it a couple of times. OUCH! Pinch However, it has shown no tendency to malfunction because of the incidents. I've got about one hundred books in it right now, with plenty of memory to spare. The 3G cellular link works very well for me here in San Diego. With the 3G turned off most of the time, I get about two weeks of battery charge life, reading an average of six hours a day.

Yeah, to answer your question, I'm still happy with it. If it broke down while out of the warranty period, I would almost certainly buy another. Maybe not the large DX model, but the large screen is nice to have, especially if I want to increase the font size, such as when my optometrist has dilated my pupils, and I have 20 minutes to vegetate in her waiting room. The letters are fuzzy while the dilator drops are working, but it is still readable, you just have to hit the page turn button a lot!

My only problem is with the original USB data/power cord. After about six months, the exterior plastic insulator tubing dried up, cracked, and flaked away all over my floor!Angry After I did some Googling, I discovered that nearly ALL of the original USB cables did that for everybody. Lots of owners called Amazon to complain, and got new cables sent for free. Hopefully made with a different type of plastic insulation. I just went to WalMart and bought a retractable USB cord kit that included a variety of tips, and that works fine. And really, that is my only gripe with my Kindle.

If you or Missy would like any specific details, or have other questions, I'll be happy to answer them here, or you can message me privately.
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I've only downloaded one book so far, but it went fine. Mark Levin's latest book, Liberty and Tyranny. Book store price: $26. Amazon price via built in cell phone link: $9.99, and very quick.
 
With regards to that particular book, I think there's one big negative factor in downloading it to your Kindle as opposed to just buying the actual book itself & that is, had you just bought the book, you could still use it as toilet paper.
 
Can't really go wiping your arse with that nice, new Kindle now, can ya? Wink
 
But seriously..... 10 bucks just to read some tripe by a drooler like Mark Levin???????? ShockedShockedShocked
 
Not to mention fouling & dirtying the inner circuitry of your nice, shiny new gizmo by downloading that..... stuff.
 
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Originally posted by Ad Endless Nauseum Ad Endless Nauseum wrote:

Hi Pa,

Yes, I carry my KindleDX with me very nearly everywhere I go. I don't take it into stores, but just about everywhere else.

It still works great, and I've dropped it a couple of times. OUCH! Pinch However, it has shown no tendency to malfunction because of the incidents. I've got about one hundred books in it right now, with plenty of memory to spare. The 3G cellular link works very well for me here in San Diego. With the 3G turned off most of the time, I get about two weeks of battery charge life, reading an average of six hours a day.

Yeah, to answer your question, I'm still happy with it. If it broke down while out of the warranty period, I would almost certainly buy another. Maybe not the large DX model, but the large screen is nice to have, especially if I want to increase the font size, such as when my optometrist has dilated my pupils, and I have 20 minutes to vegetate in her waiting room. The letters are fuzzy while the dilator drops are working, but it is still readable, you just have to hit the page turn button a lot!

My only problem is with the original USB data/power cord. After about six months, the exterior plastic insulator tubing dried up, cracked, and flaked away all over my floor!Angry After I did some Googling, I discovered that nearly ALL of the original USB cables did that for everybody. Lots of owners called Amazon to complain, and got new cables sent for free. Hopefully made with a different type of plastic insulation. I just went to WalMart and bought a retractable USB cord kit that included a variety of tips, and that works fine. And really, that is my only gripe with my Kindle.

If you or Missy would like any specific details, or have other questions, I'll be happy to answer them here, or you can message me privately.
WinkThank You, Sir....quite an overall positive review...truthfully, we were waiting on your opinion.
I read it to her moments ago...now I'm being nudged to head over to Amazon...(we have TONS of books - no joke - and she sees this as a savior in so many ways...)
 
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I also have a couple of works written by "she who must not be named". You know who I mean!Evil Smile
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Hey Jimbo,

I also have a couple of works written by "she who must not be named". You know who I mean!Evil Smile
 
Ohhhhhhhh the shame!!!!!!! CryCryCry
 
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Originally posted by Ad Endless Nauseum Ad Endless Nauseum wrote:

Hey Jimbo,

I also have a couple of works written by "she who must not be named". You know who I mean!Evil Smile
 
She's got a new one scheduled to be released in June!  Thumbs Up
 
 
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