Amazon, having helped pioneer the e-reader, has dominated the space for years with its Kindle lineup, which consists of three unique models with their own pros and cons.
KINDLE KIDS EDITION OFFERS (2019)
Amazon has also announced and released a Kindle Kids Edition Bundle, which offers age-appropriate content for young readers who prefer books. digital at $ 110. The Kindle Kids Edition consists of five items: the device, a case, a two-year extended replacement guarantee, and one year of Amazon’s FreeTime Unlimited service. Amazon is also currently offering the Kindle Kids Edition Essentials Bundle for $ 128.
KINDLE PAPERWHITE OFFERS (FOURTH GENERATION)
The fourth-generation Kindle Paperwhite, released in 2018, starts at $ 130 and comes in three different configurations: an 8 GB Wi-Fi model, a 32 GB Wi-Fi model, and a second 32 GB model that does away with the Lock screen ads. The Paperwhite has a crisp six-inch backlit display, which is the main reason the Paperwhite is being replaced by the stock Kindle. Amazon has reduced its Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle, which includes either an 8GB e-reader bundle for $ 170 or $ 200 if you buy the 32GB.
KINDLE OASIS OFFERS (THIRD GENERATION)
The Kindle Oasis is the most expensive of the line, starting at $ 250. The device is available in two storage configurations, 8 GB or 32 GB. The 2019 Kindle Oasis looks very similar to the previous model. It retains its waterproof, seven-inch, 300ppi E Ink display and supports Audible audiobooks via Bluetooth. Amazon is currently offering an Essentials Pack for $ 30 off its normal list price. You can get the ad-supported 8GB setup for as little as $ 280 or the 32GB variant for $ 310, both of which come with a leather sleeve, AC adapter, and three months of Kindle Unlimited.