Reportedly, WiFi Amazon Kindle Touch making its worldwide debut. The WiFi only device is still available in the US, but will be seen delving into several other location too, according to a report. However, 3G version is still exclusive to the US.
The company, however, was not immediately to comment officially on this topic, but this new change in the product page seems proof enough.
The Kindle Touch, first revealed last year (along with the new generation pocket sized Kindle eReader, Kindle Fire and Touch 3G), features a 6-inch (600 x 800p) E ink technology powered multi-touch display, and an X-ray feature, which lets users browse for information regarding important historical figures and phrases that they encounter while reading.
Moreover, the device is included with Wi-Fi connectivity, 4GB of internal memory, support for MP3, text-to-speech technology, and support for AudioBook playback.
At the moment, WiFi Amazon Kindle Touch is currently priced for $139 at Amazon’s official website.