Geek.com seems to be concerned that “Kindle and Kindle Touch don’t ship with a power adaptor.” As a new Kindle owner, I can’t say it matters.

For one, the battery lasts forever. (Well, obviously not forever, but orders of magnitude longer than any other device I own.) So I don’t have to charge it all too often. Second, at this point, maybe just pick up a USB charger like mine and don’t worry about what kind of adapter you need or which device you need it for. My Kindle came with a standard mini-USB cable, and while I haven’t tried, I’m sure the same mini-USB cable I use for my phone will work for the Kindle.

I like Geek.com, but this seems like a petty complaint.