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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

New Kindle - which one should you buy!??

Wondering which of all the Kindle-s that are for sale you should buy? Lets take a quick look at the most popular ebook readers on the market today


Do you read lots of books? Do you already own the modern solution for carrying around thousands of books in your pocket? Well, probably many of you have already owned or at leased used an ebook reader and I guess you've all heard about Amazon's brand Kindle which apparently is the most popular ebook reader in the world.
In today's post we are going to take a quick look at the current offering  from Kindle, their main features and specifications and of course prices.


The KINDLE – offered at just £59.99

The latest version of the Kindle is thin and light and has a nice 6 inch E Ink display. It fits comfortable in the hand and is very well build. The latest Kindle comes in white and black, and includes Bluetooth audio so you can listen to an audio version of the on-screen text through headphones or a speaker. The internal storage has also doubled from 2GB to 4GB, meaning you can fit a whole lot more e-books on the latest version of the entry-level Kindle.

Kindle Touch features and specs


Kindle Paperwhite - offered for £109.99

Amazon’s 6" Paperwhite display with exclusive Carta e-paper technology and next-generation built-in light, 212 ppi, optimized font technology, 16-level gray scale is one of the best in the business. It also benefits from a built-in light, which is a massive bonus over the stock Kindle - though it's not quite as sophisticated a component as the Kindle Voyage's.

Kindle Fire vs Nook Tablet

Kindle Voyage - priced at £169.99

That is one of the two high-end ebook readers currently offered by Amazon. Kindle Voyage incorporates high-resolution display, built-in adaptive front light and a battery that last for very long periods of time.

Kindle Oazis - offered for £269.99

That is the most expensive ebook reader offered by Amazon. Since it is on the market for more than a year and a half I can't say it is also the most technologically advanced. It has ergonomic tapered design and enhanced built-in adjustable light. The battery of the Kindle Oazis is also extremely long lasting.

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