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I find it quite funny that the shots stop immediately after the Kindle hits the ground - its impossible to tell if it is doing damage or not, or if in the following bounces more turmoil ensues.
Kind of a funky way of advertising I think.
 

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Good one Celeste! :D
 

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Have you read some of the comments? People tried to drop the kindle and see if it survived. Maybe this video isn't the best thing to put on the internet...


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That's a first generation Kindle, isn't it?  I wonder if a K3 would survive.  And I am amused by other people who comment and talk about dropping theirs.
 

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I have dropped my K3 many, many times especially when I first got it.  I have Guillian Barre Syndrome and have severe hand numbness hence the fumble-fingers! It's hit hard enough several times that the device case itself would pop open around the corners. So far it has worked without a hitch. I have since bought a case which helps with the dropsy issue. Electronics by nature are not devices made to toss around so I'm impressed with it's durability.
 
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