Amazon Kindle Go International


This is an exciting news for Amazon Kindle 2 fans on the Non-English Speaking countries. Amazon is going to sell its new version of Kindle and allow more than 100 other countries to buy, download, and read their books in less than 60 seconds. This is great because the user in the supported countries will be able to eliminate the hassles of buying the physical product, pay for the shipping fee, and wait for the book to arrive at their front door.

The new version of Amazon Kindle International version will comes with an identical specs as the existing Kindle 2, where it got 6-inch e-paper display, 2GB or built-in memory where you can use it to store more than 1,500 books and it will cost you $279 + shipping fee to your country.


The only downside is the supported countries are still limited. I’m not sure why Amazon still trying to limit the network and stick to the international AT&T SIM card when they decided to go International. They should have somehow find a way to provide an unlocked version so people in the countries without AT&T network still can enjoy this revolutionary reading device… [Like us for example!]

[Amazon via CrunchGear]

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