What if you could get a beta reader from Amazon, Facebook, or any other site without leaving your home or office?
That’s what Beto Cuevas and his team at the company StarLink Beta, an early prototype of a device that lets you read books online, is trying.
Cuevas told me that StarLink is looking for ways to get the beta reader to market.
I asked Cuevas how StarLink’s first iteration of the device would work, and he said that it would be “very easy” to use.
But, “it would require some work to get it up and running.”
The StarLink team says that they are working with Amazon and Facebook to bring the device to market, though it’s not clear if these partners will also support the beta readers, which are still in the early stages of development.
StarLink also announced last month that it is selling beta readers for $99.99, or $199.99 for the 64GB model.
Starlink’s first beta reader is a fairly small device.
The Starlink beta reader measures just 5.7 by 3.1 by 2.9 inches (150 x 75 x 27.8 mm).
It’s the same size as the Kindle Fire HD 7, but the Fire HD is more affordable at $99 for a 64GB device.
It will ship to beta testers next week, but StarLink says that it’s aiming to ship beta readers to retail customers by the end of the year.
If you’re already a StarLink user, the beta will be a free download from the company’s website.
The beta reader uses a Bluetooth connection to allow you to connect to a web page on your device.
To download books, you connect your device to the beta site, and then you click the book in the book reader.
The software then downloads a book to your device, which is then downloaded to the Kindle or other device you want to read.
Star Link says that beta readers will be supported by Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple.
It says that its beta readers are “fully compatible with the Kindle Unlimited and the Kindle Owners’ Guide” as well as the Windows 10 mobile operating system.
The Kindle Unlimited app lets you create unlimited reading accounts and sync reading books from multiple devices.
The owners guide for the Kindle devices is not yet available.
Star-Link’s beta readers have a few other benefits.
They use Wi-Fi, so you don’t need a dedicated router to use them.
You can share the reading app with others in the same room or on the same network, and the app also has the ability to save reading history and read aloud to other people.
And the beta device is Bluetooth-ready, so if you want a Kindle reader for your car, you don.
The company is also offering preorders for beta readers in China and India.
Starling is the first of a number of companies to build an online reading experience that works offline.
Last month, the company launched a Kindle beta reader called Kinesis, which lets you take a look at your favorite books online through a computer’s webcam, or use it to view the pages offline.
There are a lot of reading apps for mobile devices.
In fact, there are many different reading apps on Android, iOS, and other mobile platforms.
But most of these apps rely on Bluetooth, Wi-fi, or other wireless communication.
StarLinks beta readers do use Bluetooth for connectivity.
They do have an option for using Bluetooth to make use of Wi-FI and Bluetooth-equipped devices.
But there is no way to use the beta read more than once with each device, and there’s no way for a device to receive a reading from more than one device.
Starlinks beta reader, like most of the other reading apps, doesn’t let you access the reading information through text.
Instead, it’s only accessible through video.
The feature works for books you have read on your phone, but it doesn’t work for ebooks, and it doesn.
If the beta reading app doesn’t have audio, the reader only lets you choose to download a single book.
When you open the app, the reading experience appears on your TV screen, and you can browse through books.
But the reading can’t be resumed, so your book is lost if you switch devices.
I tried the beta with the Amazon Kindle Unlimited, and I couldn’t find any audio, but other than that, the app works well.
The device itself is fairly small.
It weighs about 2.8 ounces (70 grams).
I think the small size is a good thing, since it means that the device won’t feel too small when you’re carrying it around.
It also means that it won’t interfere with the viewing experience on other devices, like an Apple TV, which has an HDMI port that you can connect to for audio.
The display is also small, measuring 1.8 by 1.2 by 0.8 inches (35 by 29 by 19.6 mm).