Taking Kindle To The Pool Amazon's electronic reader, Kindle, is starting to replace paperbacks, but people question how well the device holds up to surf and sand. Can summer reading be done on the device? Lynn Neary finds out.
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Taking Kindle To The Pool

Taking Kindle To The Pool

Taking Kindle To The Pool

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Kindle at the beach? Sure, just don't bury it in the sand. Amazon.com Inc hide caption

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Kindle at the beach? Sure, just don't bury it in the sand.

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says that consumer demand for Kindle has exceeded the company's expectations. Amazon.com Inc hide caption

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says that consumer demand for Kindle has exceeded the company's expectations.

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