One day, my Kindle Keyboard came out of the bag with its screen showing that it’s in USB Drive Mode:
Note that it’s not connected via USB to power socket or computer whatsoever. Connecting the device, however, to the computer, either in a Mac or PC, the computer cannot recognize the device. It’s not in the ‘My Computer’ nor in the Finder. Contune Reading »
The coming of the Amazon Kindle Tablet it seems is inevitable, at least according to Techcrunch. It’ll be running on a highly customized version of Android. The best part– it’ll be priced at only $250 for the 7-inch version.
I do hope that the Amazon Kindle Tablet will be a hit. That way, my other wishes:
That the other Android tablet makers will realize that they have to sell their Android tablets at a price range way lower than the iPad in order to truly compete with the iPad; and
That Amazon will drop further the prices of the original Kindles with the e-ink display — because I really love to buy one;