Originally Posted by spec2
I would suggest that, given the Kindle's high resale value, an owner would be better off selling their machine after a year and using the proceeds + the $65 that would have been spent on the warranty and just buy a whole new machine with a whole new battery and warranty. Better yet, it might even be a whole new model!
That is probably a good idea!
Kindles are HOT,HOT, HOT on Ebay and are surely going to stay that way. Selling my barely used Sony 505 is paying for the majority of my new Kindle2 cost.