Amazon Kindle Graphite (3G+Wi-Fi) 2010 Teardown

Amazon Kindle Graphite (3G+Wi-Fi) 2010 Teardown

Summary: In 2010, Amazon released a thinner, faster Kindle e-book reader. Bill Detwiler cracks open the Kindle Graphite (3G+Wi-Fi) in this teardown gallery.

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  • In Summer 2010, Amazon released an updated Kindle reading device. Amazon dropped the Kindle's price to $139 (3G only) and $189 (3G+Wi-Fi). The new device has an improved display, more storage, and offers faster page turns. The redesigned Kindle is also thinner and lighter.

    Follow along as Bill Detwiler cracks open the Kindle Graphite (2010).

    Checkout Bill's teardown gallery of the original Amazon Kindle and see how far the electronic reader has come.

    Photo credit: Bill Detwiler / TechRepublic
  • Under the Kindle Graphite (2010), you'll find the product documentation and power cable.

    Photo credit: Bill Detwiler / TechRepublic

Topics: Amazon, Hardware, iPad, Mobility

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