http://www.crn.com/retail/217300100 The media has been reporting that Amazon will introduce a new Kindle tomorrow at Pace University... as the information builds up, the consensus seems to be that the new device will not be a replacement for the Kindle 2 but rather a large format reader aimed at fueling transition of magazines and newspapers to the Kindle. Just rumored today is that the device will be called the Kindle DX. One noteworthy feature appears to be that it will have a PDF reader, a feature that would have been a nice extra on the Kindle 1/2. I do have to say on the other hand that, having just gotten a Kindle as an early birthday present, at least the rumors, if true, are not something that makes me regret my purchase. A no-keyboard model that had a larger screen with minimal edge real estate might have been drool worthy to me personally, but the "DX" looks like it would be too big and cumbersome for things like reading on the train and have little advantage for books over the Kindle 2. On the other hand, I didn't make any attempt to measure it, but at the claim of a change from a 6" screen to a 9.2" screen, the photos make the new Kindle seem much larger.