Ad Supported Amazon Kindle Available For $114

April 11, 2011 § Leave a comment

Amazon are now taking pre-orders for an ad supported Kindle. It is priced at $114 and comes with wi-fi.

Kindle now available for $114—with on-screen ads

The graphite model with 6″ display uses E-ink pearl technology and at $114 it’s pretty good value.  Ad support can be annoying but if you really want a good reader at a low price, then this is a good option for you. It’s $25 less than the wi-fi only model though that model is ad free.

Our goal is to display sponsored screensavers that you want to see. That’s why we’ve created a free Kindle app and website (coming soon) called AdMash. Anyone who’s interested can download AdMash and help pick future screensavers. Two prospective screensavers show up side-by-side, and you pick the one you find most attractive. The ones preferred most by customers qualify to become sponsored screensavers.

You can also set your personal Kindle Screensaver Preferences to give us hints on the style and types of sponsored screensavers you’d like to see on your Kindle. For example, you can indicate that you’d like to see more or fewer screensavers that include elements such as landscapes and scenery, architecture, travel images, photography, and illustrations. Together, AdMash voting and Kindle Screensaver Preferences help us select the most attractive and engaging sponsored screensavers to display on your Kindle.

You can get more info here: Amazon Kindle


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