For those living in France and were looking forward to getting on board Amazon’s Kindle, the good news is that the company has finally opened a French Kindle Store, adding to the list of stores outside of the US. For those living outside of France, not to worry as the French Kindle Store will also cover those living in Belgium, Monaco, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
On top of that, Amazon will be releasing a French edition of the Kindle e-reader, which is the lowest model among the non-touch screen Kindles (for those living in the US, this will be the $109 ad-free Kindle) and will retail for €99 ($133). The French Kindle Store supposedly will come stocked with more than 35,000 French-language e-books along with 28 L’Express best sellers, and we’re guessing more will be added along the way.
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