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On Mar 28 Andrew Shuping wrote: Great introduction to the Kindle Fire
The bad thing about purchasing the first generation of a device is the lack of material written on how to find all of the hidden features and best use the product. Sure tech geeks and hackers try all kinds of things as soon as they can, but what about the average person that just wants to use the device? And that's the best thing about this book. It's written for the nongeek/nontechie so that they can figure out what they can do with the device and the best way to use it. Written in a clear easy format, Peter includes step by step instructions for navigating the Kindle Fire and provides copious illustrations to help you make sure you're in the right place. Full Review  >

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On Mar 2 Will Kelly wrote: Book Review: Kindle Fire: The Missing Manual by Peter Meyers (O’Reilly Media/Pogue Press)
Ibought a Kindle Fireon its launch day. While I’ve come to enjoy the device, I readKindle Fire: The Missing Manualby Peter Myers to see if there if there was anything I missed in my tinkering with the Fire. Well, I am pleased to report that the book provides a friendly… Full Review  >

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