Amazon’s latest Kindle Paperwhite hits a new low price for Prime Day 2022
Kindle Paperwhite is probably the reader friend you take with you everywhere. It’s water-resistant, so you can take it with you in the bathtub or pool. It can hold dozens of books so you always have plenty to read. You can’t beat that, can you? There are already a few tips and tricks that can make it more useful.
Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite puts a library in your pocket. It holds thousands of books inside its sleek black cover, while thousands more can be stored in the cloud. Paperwhite has little on the inside (the subway doesn’t intrude on what you’re reading here), but there’s a lot going on inside.
Paperwhite has adjustable LED lighting so you can see the page while camping under the stars, is now water-resistant to seaside reading, and has a feature that lets you follow every personality or term discussion without frantic flipping. If you want to know how many more hours it will take to finish a book, it can tell you that too.
What is Amazon Kindle Unlimited?
Amazon Kindle Unlimited is a monthly subscription plan.
Once subscribed, users have unlimited access to over one million Kindle titles, thousands of Audible narrated audiobooks, and a subscription to up to three magazines, such as People, Men’s Health, Entertainment, Better Homes, and Gardens. The service does not include every book on Amazon or Audible, but many best-sellers are included. Just look for titles marked with the Kindle Unlimited logo.
How much does Kindle Unlimited cost?
Amazon’s subscription fee for Kindle Unlimited is $9.99 or £7.99 per month. It is not linked to an Amazon Prime subscription – which in the UK already includes Kindle Lenders Library, a different service. You can use your credit card registered with Amazon to pay the monthly fee, and you are allowed to cancel your subscription at any time by visiting your Amazon account and adjusting your settings.
The best e-book reader: Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
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Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite eReader is the best e-book reader today, with the best features and the best price. Despite all these positives, it may not be as well placed as some reviewers think. We compared the best current gray tablets that use metallic “ink” (E Ink) under their 6-inch screens to form letters and images.
The Paperwhite, the Kobo Aura and Aura HD, and the latest generation Nook from Barnes & Noble (which should be updated for the holidays) use front lighting, the high-tech equivalent of screen lighting. This front light makes the screen almost as bright as a tablet’s LCD screen, but without any eye strain, creating a much higher contrast than makes text easier to read. All of these e-readers also offer Wi-Fi connectivity to connect to their respective manufacturers’ online e-book stores.