Editors Liked

  • A large screen and instant download of content gives this product an advantage over others
  • Nice display, Great wireless and delivery mechanisms, Thin, Nice PDF support
  • Big screen, Adds PDF support, Lean, elegant design
  • Larger screen. PDF compatibility for rolling your own e-books
  • Expanded, crisp E-Ink display, Accelerometer for adjusting screen orientation, Expanded storage, Fast wireless downloads
  • Large screen offers better reading experience than with other e-books; native PDF support
  • Large screen, 3G wireless, thin design, and native PDF support
  • Big screen, Easy to read, Intuitive user controls, Solid construction
  • Bigger, better screen. Super-thin. 4GB capacity (3,500 books). Wide selection of books, magazines, and blogs. Buying new titles is dead simple with the free, integrated cellular modem. Text-to-speech capability
  • The Kindle DX offers 2.5 times the screen real estate as the Kindle 2; native PDF support; you can switch from portrait to landscape mode by just turning the device; large library of tens of thousands of e-books, newspapers, magazines, and blogs via Am
  • Bigscreen device thats even more readable than the original Kindle. PDF support is a welcome addition

Editors Didn't Like

  • The Kindle DX has a slower reaction time and is one of the heaviest eReaders available
  • Kind of heavy for reading, Still no categorization of titles, MP3 files not played in order, Kind of a one-trick-pony for the price
  • Keyboard is awkward to type on, Expensive
  • Keyboard and button design are a step backward. Large size and increased weight make it less portable. Pricey
  • Expensive, Bulkier than the Kindle 2, Some popular books not available, Battery not user-replaceable
  • Very expensive; terrible keyboard; PDF support is problematic; hair-trigger tilt sensor; noticeably heavier than other e-book readers
  • Awkward keyboard, price, no included cover, and no SD card slot
  • Texttospeech needs improvement
  • Very expensive. No touch screen. Interface could be more intuitive
  • Expensive; somewhat heavy compared with the Kindle 2; no expansion slot for adding more memory; no protective carrying case included; battery is sealed into the device and isnt removable
  • High cost of admission. Pivot mode has hair trigger. Southpaws will find the reader cumbersome