The Kindle, Amazon's cool wireless 0.7" thin reading device, is still priced at $359. Touted as the future of reading, this device downloads books from the Amazon Kindle Store for $9.99 each and then displays them on a high-resolution screen that supposedly looks similar to real paper. It can also download newspapers, magazines, blogs, and more. Like advanced cell phones and PDAs, Kindle utilizes EVDO, so you never need to locate a WiFi hotspot for information transfers. Head to the landing page, there is a mountain of information, as well as a number of video demonstrations and author testimonials to browse. Plus, there's free two-day shipping with your purchase and no sales tax (except NY, KS, ND, WA).