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Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader now Available

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(Best Syndication News) - Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced the new Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader app that will allow customers to purchase books and be able to access them from any supported device. Kindle Books can be read on many platforms such as the Kindle Readers, Apple iPads, Apple iPhones, and PC and Mac computers.

The Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader is supported on the Google Chrome or Apple Safari browsers currently. You can get the app at www.amazon.com/cloudreader. The new app will eventually be made available for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and the BlackBerry PlayBook Internet Browsers. They will add support to other mobile devices over the next few months.

Apple MacBook Air – New Thunderbolt offers 10 Gbps Transfer Speeds

Apple MacBook Air 11-inch and 13-inch models - Credit: Apple

(Best Syndication News) - The new Apple MacBook Air is now available from the company, and will be distributed at authorized resellers starting on July 21, 2011. The MacBook Air uses the new Thunderbolt connection for devices, the Mac OS X Lion operating system, and a backlit keyboard. The MacBook Air pricing starts at $999 and goes up from their depending on the size and configuration.

The MacBook Air comes in 11–inch and 13–inch sizes. The enclosure is made of aluminum, which helps to make this an extremely slim laptop computer. The thickest the MacBook Air measures is .68 of an inch. The 11-inch model only weighs 2.38 pounds, and the 13-inch model weighs in at only 2.96 pounds.

Lower Prices on Electronics This Year?

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(Best Syndication News) Despite the destruction of factories in Japan and the slowdown of production from the March 11th earthquake, some forecasters believe the price of some electronics products may still be declining this year.

Over the last few years the price of electronics has been falling. Computers, tablets, Blu-Ray players and mobile phones have all been declining. The popular monthly magazine, Readers Digest, published historic “low prices” for these popular items. The magazine also made predictions for this year.

HDTV Prices

In 2009 the lowest price found for a 55-inch LCD HDTV was $1,115. Last year the lowest price was found at Walmart. The Element 55-inch LCD HDTV was $699. This year the price could go as low as $599.

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 small and portable mobile scanner being demostrated at CES 2011

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 small and portable scanner unveiled at CES 2011

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 mobile scanner

(Best Syndication News) - The Fujitsu ScanSnap S1100 is being demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 tradeshow going on between January 6th through the 9th. The S1100 ScanSnap scanner weighs a little over 12 ounces and is small enough to be taken in a briefcase for traveling.

The ScanSnap S1100 scanner is compatible with PC or Mac computers. You can scan receipts, business cards, and plastic ID cards. The scanner gets power from USB, so you could plug it into your notebook and get scanning. You can convert the scanned documents into searchable PDF files. You can even change the scanned images into editable Microsoft Word or Excel files. If you are on the go, you can upload them to your Google Docs, or Evernote, so that you can share with others.

Fujitsu first introduced the ScanSnap series of scanners in 2003. They have continued to expand their scanners for personal computing to office use. Now they have a mobile scanner added to the ScanSnap product line.

Apple iPod shuffle Mp3 Player gets Updated Features in Fourth Generation Design

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Apple iPod shuffle in blue - Apple

(Best Syndication News) - Apple announced the fourth generation iPod shuffle mp3 player with new features and it sells for $49. The new features include an easier to navigate clickable circular button arrangement. There is also a Apple's VoiceOver technology that helps navigate the songs without having to look at the display of the music player. The new Apple iPod shuffle has a longer batter life by up to 50 percent which can play up to 15 hours of audio files. The iPod shuffle comes with 2GB of storage to hold your songs on what Apple says it the worlds smallest mp3 music player on the market today and the built-in clip makes it great for taking along with your next jog.

The buttons are easier to navigate with the center button being the play or pause button. The outer buttons lets you skip forward or backward or you can adjust the volume levels up or down.

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