I’ve been using my Kindle non stop since I received it on Christmas (thanks Mom) and to date, I have only run into one issue with the device that I would say needs to be addressed by Amazon. It is one of the most intuitive, easy-to-use tech devices I have had the privilege to use. But, I still can’t figure out why the power buttons (one for the Kindle’s power, the other for the wifi power) is located on the back of the handheld.
In all honesty, this isn’t such a big deal. Flip it over and turn it on; however, when the Kindle is in the supplies leather cover, it is a bit of an inconvenience to do this. Yeah, I am whining a bit, but there are at least three other places on the Kindle that would make more sense to place these two buttons that would improve the overall experience.
Oh, and one more thing: My dream Kindle would also include a color screen. I’ve been reading several textbooks on it and have found that some of the diagrams that are part of the original text don’t always translate over well to the Kindle reader. A high-resolution, color screen would make this a much easier process (but only if the battery’s integrity were not compromised).
Happy reading and I still love this thing. I don’t miss turning pages at all.