Amazon’s new Kindle drops to $85 for Black Friday

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Amazon’s newest entry-level Kindle went on sale for the first time on Black Friday. The company is selling the Kindle ad-supported 2022 for $85 or $15 less than the official price. That’s tempting if you’re planning a gift for the bookworm of your life or waiting for a deal to treat yourself to Amazon’s most affordable e-reader.

Amazon Kindle (2022)


The refresh Kindle startup is a big upgrade. The focal point is the 6-inch, 300-pixel-per-inch display that’s much sharper than its predecessor’s 167PPI display, making text much easier to see. More than six weeks of battery life, USB-C charging, and twice the storage (16GB) also make it more practical than the previous model. You probably don’t need more than this to get your dream e-reader, although you may want to pay extra to avoid ads on the lock screen.

However, if you need more, Amazon’s Black Friday sale going on gives you options. Most notably, Kindle Paperwhite is still available for 95 dollars. You won’t get a lot of storage for that money (you’ll have to spend $100), but you’ll get a larger 6.8-inch screen, tub-friendly water resistance, and a built-in kettle light. adjustable. However, if you don’t need those perks or just want the smallest reader in the lineup, the basic Kindle is still easy to justify.

Buy Kindle Paperwhite at Amazon – $95

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