On every times a Father’s Day approach, we tend to wonder what is the best gift for our Dad. We never know what he really wanted to buy and whether we can approach it or not. In result, we think like crazy but still found no suitable idea for the upcoming Father’s Day on June 15th, 2008.
Anyway, we don’t have to make things difficult btw. Just open up your browser and go to Amazon.com “Most Wished For” category. You will see all things that your father would probably like and love over here (since it’s most wished category anyway).
I really recommended you Amazon Kindle if your Father love reading (I guess most father love this activity).
It’s the best gift idea according to Amazon’s Vice President, Ian Freed:
It’s no secret that a lot of us wait until the last minute to buy a gift for Dad. With more than 125,000 books to choose from, in addition to magazines, newspapers and blogs, Kindle is the perfect gift for any dad who wants to have his books and newspapers with him anywhere he goes
Amazon has increased the number of book titles available on Kindle from 90,000 to 125,000 since Kindle was introduced last November, with more books being added every day. Popular new books include Barbara Walter’s “Audition,” Scott McClellan’s “What Happened” and John Sanford’s “Phantom Prey.” Like all other Kindle books, they are available for wireless download in less than 60 seconds. New York Times Best Sellers and New Releases are $9.99 or less on Kindle, unless marked otherwise.
Amazon Kindle is not limited to ebooks reading only, it capable of reading newspaper by downloading it from the net. Also, you can use Amazon Kindle to read top international blogs by downloading and store it on this hardware.
People always says that: “The more you read, the more wise you are”. Everybody need and want a wise Dad. So, why not let’s just get this gadget as a gift to make our father the wisest?
Amazon Kindle retail price is $399.99 only. Check it out at amazon for more detail specification and
Video Review. Amazon Kindle comes with a bonus. A true elegant leather cover to enclose Amazon Kindle form scratches and dusts.
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