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If one of your goals for 2023 is to read more, a new Kindle It might encourage you to stick to that intent. Amazon has lowered the price of its entry-level e-reader. Now you can buy black or denim advertised models for the usual $100 to $75 or $25. The 25% discount hits a record low for Kindle and is a great time to buy an e-reader. Amazon also discounted the ad-free model by $25. Instead of $120, it’s currently $95.of Also available in paper whiteIt will set you back $105.
Engadget didn’t have a chance to review the new entry-level Kindle. That said, it’s worth upgrading if you own an older e-reader, judging by what Amazon has decided to include in their devices. The new Kindle has a 300 ppi e-ink screen, which is as dense as the more expensive Kindle Paperwhite. Amazon also doubled the storage capacity to 16GB, added USB-C charging, and made the Kindle’s frame lighter. Oh, and the new model also features up to 6 weeks of battery life, a further upgrade from its predecessor. Unless you’re specifically looking for an e-reader with a larger display, most people would be better off buying his entry-level Kindle over its more expensive siblings.