What is the Kindle?
The Kindle is a product from Amazon.com known as an "e-reader." Sleek and portable, it's used to read books, newspapers and magazines. You also can search the Internet and read your Web-based email from it.
What's more, the Kindle's "e-ink" technology reads like a real paper, with clear text and crisp images. The Kindle can even read stories to you in a male or female voice. 3G wireless lets you download books and newspapers right from your Kindle, and with its fast page turns and long battery life, your Kindle doesn't miss a beat.
And because it's paperless and uses very little energy, it's great for the environment.
The Star Tribune newspaper on the Kindle is yet another way to provide you access to news, information, and entertainment wherever you are, whenever you want, and however you want to get it.
The Kindle edition of Star Tribune contains articles found in the print edition. Plus, you can search for articles and clip, bookmark and highlight articles and quotes. It even has a built-in dictionary.
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