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    The new Amazon Kindle 2 Wireless eBook Reader is the amazing new little device that puts thousands of books right into your hand. It ways only 10 ounces, 10.2 ounces, lighter than a typical paperback. It wirelessly delivers books to you in less then 30 seconds with no PC required.
    It includes actual simulated ink that is much easier on the eyes then just a regular video screen. It has an extremely long battery life, allow you to read for many days without recharching. It beats out the Sony Reader in many features.

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    cubicgarden, MSE2006, mmfx research, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. uncafelitoalasonce 53 months ago | reply

      Hello I've use it for this blog post regarding books and ebooks: www.uncafelitoalasonce.com/el-negro-futuro-de-los-libros-...

    2. sophiayoung 44 months ago | reply

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    3. Blogs-Special-Account 38 months ago | reply

      he, cool pic, I use it here: www.ebooksven.de/
      Thanks for sharing!

    4. Musa a las 9 38 months ago | reply

      Hello! We have a group called Digital Literature and we'd love to have this pic added to the group!

    5. Freya3377 38 months ago | reply

      Thanks. Have used your image for a webinar on e-publishing.
      Credits here - www.bookbuzzr.com/blog/bbmtc/publishing-on-the-kindle-and...

    6. susanej05 33 months ago | reply

      Nice photo! I've included it (with attribution at the bottom) in this blog post. Thanks!

    7. marianaesro 33 months ago | reply

      I'll use it for an article! Thanks

    8. lovelyme21 26 months ago | reply

      Hi! I really love your pic, so I chose it to be part of my blog here: How to Properly Price your eBooks. You were credited as the owner of this photo. Cheers!

    9. vladimir DGama 23 months ago | reply

      Digital media is making it easier to produce and distribute ,even forging new areas for people to work in
      The evolution of technology has made it easier to be a self-publish removing all barriers to communication.There areaalready a handful of ebook that have crossed without goning to a publishing house.
      from Vladimir Dgama
      (upload your photo video and share it sent information I ame the first to put it on are front page )

    10. Giovanni.Ronci 20 months ago | reply

      Very Nice picture, I used it on my blog in a post about Article Marketing www.scriveresuivetri.it/web/cosa-significa-fare-article-m...

      Thanks for sharing!

    11. CoupleGetaways 17 months ago | reply

      Hi goXunuReviews,

      I have published this nice 'eBook Reader' picture by you in an article on my blog at the following link:

      www.couplegetaways.org/travel-advice/ultimate-packing-gui...

      Please visit the article at the link above and see if you like it.

      Thanks for the nice image.
      Sandy.

    12. BethBarany 16 months ago | reply

      Hi!

      I'm using your image in my magazine Author Entrepreneurship Magazine Jan. 2013 issue, out soon: www.authorentrepreneurship.com.

      Thank you for use of your lovely photo.

      Best,

      Beth

      Beth Barany | Author, Speaker & Creative Consultant for Authors & Publishers
      www.BethBarany.com
      Oakland, CA
      510-332-5384

      *Editor for the Author Entrepreneurship Magazine, download the latest issue (or view online) here: www.authorentrepreneurship.com Yep! It's free! Please share with your friends and colleagues!

    13. MM Photo and Design 11 months ago | reply

      Great photo! We used this to promote our local library's e-book database. Thanks for allowing us the use of it!

      Magen

      www.facebook.com/media/set/?
      set=a.10151568180604266.1073741829.56002514265&type=3
      laurellibrary.org

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