Kindle 3 Videos – Daytime

The Kindle 3 will be out soon and here are some Kindle 3 Videos to help you get a better idea of what to expect.

Montreal has had no sunshine for the last few days and it’s been a few weeks since last taking videos so apologies for the low lighting conditions and roughness.

Kindle 3 Review Video – Longer Video

The first detailed Kindle 3 review video –

Starts with the screen contrast improvement, moves on to the Kindle 3′s keyboard and size, and then looks at the difference in how images look on Kindle 3 and Kindle 2. Here the macro comparisons include text and images – though the difference is far more evident with text.

The macro mode really helps to highlight the improved screen contrast.

Kindle 2 vs Kindle 3 Review Video

A comparison of Kindle 2 and Kindle 3 –

Covers the difference in screen contrast and how various font sizes look on Kindle 3 and on Kindle 2.

Kindle 3 Fonts + Basics

This video shows the three font types, the various font sizes and some basics like using dictionary and adding highlights and notes –

Kindle 3 Speed + Basics

This video shows you how fast page turns are, how fast the cursor moves, and some basics –

Another Kindle 3 Basics Video (very basic – give it a skip if you’re familiar with Kindle at all) - 

 Kindle 3 Browser

First, we have a video showing how ESPN.com shows up on the Kindle 3 Browser –

Next, a Kindle 3 Browser video that shows TheBookSeller.com on the Kindle 3 Browser - 

 

 

Finally, a rough video showing how Kindle 3 handles complex websites –

Kindle 3 PDF Support

Another rough video which shows Kindle 3 with PDFs -

 

Kindle 3 Review Video – Short Review Videos

First, a quick review that goes through some of the main features - 

Covers what the Kindle 3 looks like, the changes in the buttons, and a basic look at the screen and features. It also includes a macro comparison of Kindle 3 and Kindle 2 screens and the various font sizes.

Next, a simple comparison with the Kindle 2 - 

Includes a simple comparison with the Kindle 2 and a little on the lighted cover (which is amazing).

More to Come Soon … Check out Kindle 3 Photos

Will add some reviews and videos over the next few days. It’s hard to capture the improvement in Kindle 3 in the absence of proper light as the video camera just can’t manage – It’s a $179 video camera and not very good without sunshine.

Please check the photo pages as they capture the improvement much better -

  1. Kindle 3 Photos.
  2. Kindle 3 nighttime photos.  
  3. Kindle 3 Comparison photos.  

You can buy the Kindle 3 at Amazon.

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  6. I don’t see anything in regard to the sync functionality to a PC? I heard that you can sync files (html and M.S. word docs) to the new kindle. Also sync mp3 files to listen to music as you read. Do you review any of these features here????

    • Sync?
      There’s no sync. You have to add files yourself.

      You can convert Word documents and HTML documents to Kindle format via Amazon’s conversion service or via Calibre software. Then drag them to Documents folder of Kindle to read them.

      For music you just drag DRM free mp3 files to ‘music’ folder of your kindle.

  7. wonderful, better than mine

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