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ZDNet

Better than paper and waterproof too

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from ZDNet

The new Kindle Oasis is not a pocketable device, but it works very well in one hand and lets me easily read on the train and airplane. I've used it daily on my Sounder commute, while flying across the country, and while taking a relaxing bath after a long workout.

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The new Kindle Oasis is not a pocketable device, but it works very well in one hand and lets me easily read on the train and airplane. I've used it daily on my Sounder commute, while flying across the country, and while taking a relaxing bath after a long workout.

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TechRadar

The first all-metal and waterproof Amazon Kindle

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from TechRadar

The latest version of the Amazon Kindle Oasis is expensive, but it offers the best ereader experience money can buy with an easy-to-use system, beautiful design and phenomenal reading experience.

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The latest version of the Amazon Kindle Oasis is expensive, but it offers the best ereader experience money can buy with an easy-to-use system, beautiful design and phenomenal reading experience.

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Tech Advisor

Tweaked design and a lower price

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from Tech Advisor

The new Kindle Oasis is impressive with a larger screen, added light sensor, waterproofing and Bluetooth for listening to audiobooks with wireless headphones. There's really nothing to complain about in terms of the actual device, however, it's still pretty expensive and for most people one of the cheaper Kindles will suffice.

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The new Kindle Oasis is impressive with a larger screen, added light sensor, waterproofing and Bluetooth for listening to audiobooks with wireless headphones. There's really nothing to complain about in terms of the actual device, however, it's still pretty expensive and for most people one of the cheaper Kindles will suffice.

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finder.com.au

A waterproof luxury e-reader

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from finder.com.au

The updated Kindle Oasis is an excellent e-reader if you crave a distraction-free gadget, but it's also a luxury indulgence given how easy it is to get Kindle apps elsewhere.

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The updated Kindle Oasis is an excellent e-reader if you crave a distraction-free gadget, but it's also a luxury indulgence given how easy it is to get Kindle apps elsewhere.

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The Wirecutter

A luxury e-reader

Kindle Voyage

from The Wirecutter

A smaller body, a lighter weight, and physical buttons make the Kindle Voyage attractive, but those features don’t make it worth the higher cost for most people.

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A smaller body, a lighter weight, and physical buttons make the Kindle Voyage attractive, but those features don’t make it worth the higher cost for most people.

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The Wirecutter

The best ebook reader

Kindle Paperwhite (2015)

from The Wirecutter

The Kindle Paperwhite’s features and price, coupled with Amazon’s vast collection of reading material, make it the best device dedicated to reading.

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The Kindle Paperwhite’s features and price, coupled with Amazon’s vast collection of reading material, make it the best device dedicated to reading.

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TechRadar

Amazon finds a way to offer more for less

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017)

from TechRadar

The Amazon Fire HD 10 focuses its energies in the right places. You will not find a better bargain than this if you have your heart set on a big screen tablet.

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The Amazon Fire HD 10 focuses its energies in the right places. You will not find a better bargain than this if you have your heart set on a big screen tablet.

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Wired

Everything that makes a Kindle great happens at its best here

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from Wired

This is the smoothest, fastest, smartest e-book reader Amazon’s ever made. For most people, it’s probably not worth the cost—especially when Amazon already makes a killer reader, the Paperwhite, for about half the price.

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This is the smoothest, fastest, smartest e-book reader Amazon’s ever made. For most people, it’s probably not worth the cost—especially when Amazon already makes a killer reader, the Paperwhite, for about half the price.

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Good E-Reader

Best Kindle ever made

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from Good E-Reader

Whenever Amazon releases a new e-reader it often has features not found in any other device. This was designed to encourage people to upgrade if you want the latest and greatest and the new Oasis is no exception. The second gen Oasis has the quickest page turn speed out of any Kindle I have ever reviewed. There is hardly any full page refresh issues when you are reading at a normal pace.

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Whenever Amazon releases a new e-reader it often has features not found in any other device. This was designed to encourage people to upgrade if you want the latest and greatest and the new Oasis is no exception. The second gen Oasis has the quickest page turn speed out of any Kindle I have ever reviewed. There is hardly any full page refresh issues when you are reading at a normal pace.

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SlashGear

Wipes out most of its predecessor’s rough edges in a frustratingly tempting package

Kindle Oasis (2017)

from SlashGear

All the same, there’s far more to the new Kindle Oasis than just being read to. The long-anticipated waterproofing, the great new screen – largest on any Kindle available today – and the speedy performance make for an ereader that rightly sits at the top of Amazon’s tree.

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All the same, there’s far more to the new Kindle Oasis than just being read to. The long-anticipated waterproofing, the great new screen – largest on any Kindle available today – and the speedy performance make for an ereader that rightly sits at the top of Amazon’s tree.

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Surprisingly great

Amazon Fire

I purchased the phone strictly for development reasons with no plans to activate it. Based on pre-release reviews and comments, I expected a gimmicky phone. The first day or so, I just played around with the features, some seems strong while other seemed gimmicky. On the third day, I actually set th...More
I purchased the phone strictly for development reasons with no plans to activate it. Based on pre-release reviews and comments, I expected a gimmicky phone. The first day or so, I just played around with the features, some seems strong while other seemed gimmicky. On the third day, I actually set the phone up completely all my accounts and apps. That's when the phone really came a live. The homescreen carousel works great for multitasking and showing recent activity within an app and shortcut widgets to app specific tasks. I love that each individual GameCircle app has homescreen details on accomplishments. I find myself using the phone one handed, utilizing the phone motions to slide in menus and settings shade. These features in the first few days seemed gimmicky but I actually found myself using and preferring them because they provide easier one-handed interactions. I could go into a ton more details, solid hardware, great case, etc. But the best summary is simply to say, I gave my iPhone to my daughter because I now plan to actually activate the Fire phone. Less

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