Oct 082009
 

kindle international version

It was announced on the Amazon website today that the Kindle is now available in over 100 countries, including the UK. This should make alot of individuals happy as the holidays are near and many have the Kindle as the top pick on their wishlist.

This is possible with an all new Kindle version, which accommodates international access – the Kindle Wireless.

Some of the countries which now support access to the Kindle include:

  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Germany
  • Russia
  • Philippines
  • Greece
  • France
  • and many others

But sadly, Canada is not yet on the list. And no word on when it will be.

The new wireless Kindle has all the same great features as the past models but this wireless edition is the small 6 inch version, which makes it perfect for traveling and on the go movers and shakers.

Want to get it? You can pre-order as of today, but it won’t be released till October 19th. Get all the juicy details on Amazon. Also check out our Top lists of Kindle Covers and Kindle Cases:

There may not be much choice at the moment, but we are sure that more manufacturers will want to offer custom Kindle covers and Kindle cases once they realise just howhot the Kindle is.


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  3 Responses to “The New Wireless Kindle Goes International”

  1. […] and business travelers can take their favorite ebooks with them and still get fresh local news. The smaller Kindle was available internationally back in October […]

  2. […] – with the recent price slash of the Wireless Kindle, they just got cheaper than a cheap netbook. Most 10 inch netbooks still hover around […]

  3. Not too mention the price was slashed on the Wireless Kindle from $299 to $249 for the US only model, and $279 for the International Wireless model.

    Both come out October 19th. But you can pre-order now!

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