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Amazon makes Kindle Paperwhite available in 175 countries

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 24 Jan 2013 21:27 User comments (1)

Amazon makes Kindle Paperwhite available in 175 countries Amazon has announced that its latest e-reader is now available to 175 countries.
The Kindle Paperwhite, which includes a backlit-screen for dim light reading, and the Paperwhite 3G, can now be ordered from Amazon.com and shipped to the exotic locales.

For the time being, however, only the ad-free versions are eligible.

Until recently, there had been large delays in Paperwhite, but it seems that supply has finally caught up to demand enough so that international sales can begin.

The devices also have multiple languages including Brazilian Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.

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18.2.2013 13:59

Yet I can't get a Kindle delivered to Holland in the middle of Europe from any amazon website. I can buy the Kindle books but not the machine to read them on. How weird is that?
And when I talk directly to somebody at amazon.co.uk., they can't give me a reason why that is.

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