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Digital Life Tech Test Tablets and E Readers
This undated photo provided by Amazon.com, shows the Amazon Kindle Touch 3G. Amazon still has a variety monochrome Kindles, including its first touchscreen model. The screen is more legible than color screens in bright daylight and uses very little power. But it's slow to respond, making navigation a bit tedious, and the lack of color takes the joy out of children's books, magazines and comics. The touch-sensitivity does make navigation easier. (AP Photo/Amazon.com)