Amazon.com today expanded its potential e-reader audience to include Windows PC users. That’s right, you can now sample, buy and read books on your computer without buying a Kindle2. This is a coup for travelers who rely on their laptops, as they won’t need another device.
The computer reader isn’t yet available for Apple Macintosh users, but Amazon says it is coming soon. Also missing are newspaper, blogs and magazine subscription downloads, so you’ll still need a Kindle to keep up there, or you’ll need to find the Web sites of the publications you’re looking for.
Amazon says more than 360,000 books are available for Kindle reading, with the list growing daily.
Learn more about the PC version of the Kindle here: http://bit.ly/XrqL8