Amazon has introduced Kindle DX, a second generation version of its Kindle e-book reader, which is larger in size to cover the kinds of documents and textbooks favoured by students. There’s a keyboard on the bottom to allow users to add notes, and there’s a wireless mobile connection to Amazon’s Whispernet service, powered by Sprint, which means that readers will be able to subscribe to newspapers and magazines live without syncing to a computer.

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