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Amazon Kindle Touch

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1984 reviews of Amazon Kindle Touch. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other eReaders for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the battery and price. The screen and portability are also appreciated. Opinions about the design and storage are mixed, while many are critical about the reliability.

usability, portability, screen, price, battery

reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the Amazon Kindle Touch is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Amazon Kindle Touch

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 45 user reviews of Amazon Kindle Touch from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.4/5 for other eReaders on Amazon.co.uk.

93% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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Amazon Kindle Touch review

 

The touchscreen Kindle Touch 3G has finally landed in the uk, but will its swipeable e-ink display make it a literary great?

Easy navigation of book store ; Plenty of storage ; Longer battery life

Awkward page turning ; Overly sensitive screen ; A bit pricey

The Amazon Kindle Touch’s spec sheet is impressive - particularly the increased storage, the strong battery life and the addition of 3G connectivity. While many will view the touchscreen as an excellent addition, we found it to be more hindrance than...

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Amazon Kindle Touch 3G review

 

It wasn't all that long ago that we reviewed the new Kindle. As you might imagine, we loved it. This is, after all, the best known and best designed ebook reader on the market. It's simple, cheap, and pretty much single-purpose. What it does, it does...

Still the best ebook reader, great battery life, 3G is handy, touch controls managed well, audiobook support

Expensive compared to standard Kindle, touch doesn't add a lot, text to speech is a bit rough sounding, ebooks are still no VAT exempt and often too expensive

Nothing can stop the Kindle from being brilliant. If you need 3G, then the Touch is the only option for you - aside from the Kindle Keyboard. If audiobook and text-to-speech support is something you want, then this is the reader to buy. For everyone...

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Amazon Kindle Touch review

 

Amazon's Kindles have long had a hold on the e-reader market, but its new finger-friendly model is a departure from its buttoned-up brothers. Is it a touch of class?

Recommended!

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Amazon Kindle Touch

 

The Kindle Touch finally arrives in the UK. But is it any good?

Great Design ; Comfortable to hold ; Excellent Kindle Store integration ; Packed feature list

Chunkier and heavier than rivals ; No EPUB support

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Amazon Kindle Touch review

 

The Amazon Kindle Touch is Amazon's first touchscreen e-reader, and includes Wi-Fi connectivity - REVISED 8 MAY 2012

Both the hardware and navigation of the Kindle Touch won us over. With solid Kindle Store integration, near instant book downloads and even a usable web browser, this is the best Amazon e-book reader so far.

expert REVIEWS - BEST BUY

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Amazon Kindle Touch review

 

After a long and unexplained delay the Kindle Touch is finally available on British shores, over six months after its US launch. While the current slimline Amazon Kindle stripped out all the less-used features from the now clunky-looking keyboard...

Justifies its slightly higher cost and weight with a raft of useful additions over the standard Kindle

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Amazon Kindle Touch review

 

Multi-touch makes e-reading easier than ever but a sluggish interface means the Amazon Kindle Touch isn't cut out for speed reading.

Simple gestures to flick through books ; Improved menus ; High-contrast screen

Slow touch interface ; Easy to accidentally turn pages ; Heavier than the standard Kindle

Amazon's great leap into the world of touch was inevitable. Swiping through ebooks, pinching to zoom and pressing to select feels so natural and intuitive that it's almost impossible to go back to a traditional Kindle.

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Amazon Kindle Touch Review

 

Kindle Touch is the latest eReader from Amazon. As the name suggests, it's the first to arrive in the UK equipped with a touchscreen. But does this new feature improve the already excellent Kindle and are touchscreens best left to tablets? Let's find out.

Wide selection of books available ; Text is easy to read with wide range of sizes ; Lots of storage ; Portable

No night mode ; Touchscreen can be sensitive ; Touchscreen nice feature, but not necessary

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Amazon Kindle Touch Wi-Fi eBook reader review

 

Having so many unread books at home, the Amazon Kindle and its numerous variants never really captured my imagination. I just wasn't that fussed about e-Books and using them was a slow burn, starting with iBooks on my iPhone – I'm blessed with good...

Initially, I had misgivings about Amazon's Kindle e-readers due to format constraints, but having used the workarounds available to good effect, this no longer remains a concern. The Kindle Touch is just the right size and its touchscreen makes for an...

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Amazon Kindle Touch Review

 

The Amazon Kindle Touch is the best of the ereaders on offer at the

Responsive display, great online store can be accessed via Wi-Fi, fantastic battery life, transport thousands of books with you ; Cons ; A bit big, not enough new features to persuade existing owners to upgrade

A bit big, not enough new features to persuade existing owners to upgrade