Kindle 2.3 software new update: Existing owners need not apply again!

Posted by Stefan on November 25th, 2009 in Announcements, Gadget, Portable Device | No Comments

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Most of us who love gadgets have to make sure of the unspeakable appalling conditions so that we can slake. The first run gear shipped DOA, the still-under-construction type bug filed pre-release software and finally after months of waiting by all of us, the product comes out only to be followed up by a high priced premium package that will be announced at its launch. Hence we know how painful job and how tiring it is for the manufacturers. After the Amazon site announced another of new firmware update that forms a major one, this brings the original PDF help and support to a small 6-inch sized Kindle 2 and also with the DX readers with a affirmative promise of a whopping 85% plus in its actual estimated battery life to all the implemented Kindle 2 devices.

So if any of the you have not yet received it by now, it is a great news to let you know that the 2.3 version software update has now been made available for download at any location in the world and the installation via USB is also being supported. With this move, at least a few owners of the earlier versions of the Kindle will receive native PDF help and support anytime after the 1st generation firmware update, which is now at version 1.2, is going to be released. Another point worth to bring to notice to all is that the Amazon’s PDF reader lacks some functionality.

The zoom function is yet to be added and thus the many documents in the PDF formats are rendered entirely unreadable when using the device.

Most of us who love gadgets have to make sure of the unspeakable appalling conditions so that we can slake. The first run gear shipped DOA, the still-under-construction type bug filed pre-release software and finally after months of waiting by all of us, the product comes out only to be followed up by a high priced premium package that will be announced at its launch. Hence we know how painful job and how tiring it is for the manufacturers. After the Amazon site announced another of new firmware update that forms a major one, this brings the original PDF help and support to a small 6-inch sized Kindle 2 and also with the DX readers with a affirmative promise of a whopping 85% plus in its actual estimated battery life to all the implemented Kindle 2 devices. So if any of the you have not yet received it by now, it is a great news to let you know that the 2.3 version software update has now been made available for download at any location in the world and the installation via USB is also being supported. With this move, at least a few owners of the earlier versions of the Kindle will receive native PDF help and support anytime after the 1st generation firmware update, which is now at version 1.2, is going to be released. Another point worth to bring to notice to all is that the Amazon’s PDF reader lacks some functionality. The zoom function is yet to be added and thus the many documents in the PDF formats are rendered entirely unreadable when using the device.

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