Amazon's latest warehouse deal takes the Kindle Paperwhite down to its lowest price
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If you’ve been thinking about picking up Kindle for a while, right now is really good time.
You can currently save over $49 on a current generation Kindle Paperwhite by buying it as a Warehouse deal.
Whether you’d like to pick one up for yourself, or are getting a head start on holiday shopping, the Paperwhite is an excellent e-reader.
It’s the best mid-range e-reader according to our guide, and is packed with features you won’t find on the standard model. The two standouts are backlighting and a higher resolution screen, both of which make reading easier.
The backlights are particularly useful, since they’ll help you read in more challenging situations. Everyone has tried to read — either digitally or with a real book — on a plane and gotten frustrated with the angle and intensity of the overhead light, or the glare it creates.
Plus, an E-ink screen will be easier on your eyes than a traditional LCD, making Kindle a better way to read digital books in general. If you’ve already invested in Kindle books to read on your phone, tablet, or computer, you’ll be able to pick up right where you left off thanks to Amazon’s “Whispersync” technology, which keeps track of your place across devices.
I’ve generally steered friends and family toward the Paperwhite as my personal e-reader recommendation, but at this deal price it’s really a no-brainer. For less than the price of a regular Kindle, you’re getting one with extra features you’ll actually use.
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Published at Wed, 18 Oct 2017 19:20:23 +0000 from Google News