If you can tolerate advertising on yet another previously-ad-free platform, Amazon is now offering its Kindle 3G in an ad-supported version. The "Special Offers" edition is available starting today and will retail for $US164, $US25 less than the standard version, while offering the same connectivity (3G and Wi-Fi) and functionality, including the new E Ink Pearl displays. [Amazon via All Things D]
Amazon Kindle 3G $US25 Cheaper With 'Special Offers'
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