Estas son algunas de las herramientas comunes que se utilizaron para trabajar en este dispositivo. Es posible que no necesites todas las herramientas para cada procedimiento.
For more information regarding troubleshooting issues, check out Amazon Kindle DX Troubleshooting.
Background and Identification
Amazon made its official return from the e-reader graveyard with the Kindle DX. It is a big-screen reader with Text-to-Speech support (speakers or headphones); it has a screen of 9.7-inch e-ink display with a full QWERTY keyboard in the bottom. Kindle DX broke Amazon’s record of selling most numbers for specific models of Kindle, or even for the Kindle itself. Even though it started with $379, it didn’t stop buyers from getting this device. The Kindle DX was released in May 2009 running on the Sprint CDMA network under Amazon Whispernet and does not support Wi-Fi like later Kindle releases as it is not present. After the success of the CDMA version, Amazon released an international variant in January 2010 that used an AT&T SIM card and GSM radio; this is the only difference between the units and they are otherwise identical. NOTE: For both the GSM and CDMA versions, these no longer work over cellular due to network sunsets by the carriers running the networks these devices used. Books must be loaded manually.
It was so successful that they launched a 2nd generation of Kindle DX starting at $489. This version has a 50% better display of the e-ink. The battery is not removable and it doesn’t come with a protective case.
- Resolution: 820 x 1200 pixels (150 ppi)
- Panel: E-Ink Vizplex display, 16-level grayscale.
- 4 GB storage (3.3 GB user accessible)
- Dimensions: 10.4 x 7.2 x 0.38 inches
- Weight: 18.9 oz.
- Micro-USB 2.0
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
- 3G HSDPA
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