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Old 11-13-2012, 03:32 PM   #5
KlondikeGeoff
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Location: Arizona
Device: Fire, Kindle1, Sony PRS-500 Reader, Rocket 1100 eBook
I still have my K1, and got the first Fire about six months ago. I use it for reading about 95 percent of the time, but still use the K1 sometimes. I prefer the Fire, as once I got used to it, I found it easier to navigate through menus, perfect for when I read in bed at night or in other dark places, has more fonts and type sizes, and of course, ability to get online.

However, I usually send a copy to my K1 whenever I buy a book, and sync it if I have to read in a bright place or outdoors.

I rread a lot of free library books on both. I found that I could not send one to my K1 wirelessly if I borrowed the book for the Fire, but they can be downloaded and sent via the USB connections.

If, at gun point, I was required to give one up, certainly it would be the K1, but only in such a situation.
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