Flash! Kindle 3 is literally pocket-sized

Flash! Kindle 3 is literally pocket-sized

I’ve always been able to carry my Kindles in a pocket, but I have unusually large pockets.  On the weekends, I wear a photojournalist vest and those have some big pockets.

However, I did try slipping my K3 into a slacks pocket today…no problem at all.

Just remember, your Kindle doesn’t do well when twisted or if pressure is put on the screen…I’d take it out before you sit down.  🙂  Still, I’d guess it fit better than a typical mass market paperback.

As Ma e-West might have said, “Is that a Kindle in your pocket, or…”  😉

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.


4 Responses to “Flash! Kindle 3 is literally pocket-sized”

  1. Sherri Says:

    Women’s pants typically have smaller pockets, but I was able to stick my K3 in the back pocket of my jeans, much to my surprise. I did take it out before I sat down!

    • bufocalvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, Sherri!

      I appreciate that. I was aware of sartorial dissimilarities. 😉

      I think people are going to follow Fonzie’s advice with their Kindles sometimes…and sit on them.

  2. Flash deaf Says:

    Why does the title of almost every post on your blog begin with “Flash!”?

    • bufocalvin Says:

      Thanks for writing, Flash!

      It’s actually about a third of them…201 out of 662.

      It’s a designation that this is timely information. There are posts where I do a lot of careful research…those may be found in the Analysis category, for example. Flash posts are simply breaking news (although not everybody would consider them newsworthy). 😉

      That’s it…if it doesn’t say Flash, it is typically intended to be of more lasting value.

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