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Yes, Amazon introduced its Kindle Fire tablet today, but don’t forget about its equally new Kindle Touch.Click here to see pictures of the Kindle Touch >
There’s no physical keyboard or buttons to turn pages — instead it relies entirely on infrared sensitivity to determine if and where your finger touches the screen before carrying out the appropriate action.
Our gut reaction? It’s nice but a little laggy. We had no problem immediately loading it up with books, but turning the pages of those books took a little longer than we’d like.
We’ll keep test-driving it, but in the mean time, check out these pictures of the device. It looks great!
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