DON’T BUY A KINDLE TABLET OR EREADER UNTIL YOU READ THIS!
Let’s face it: There comes a point in every reader’s life where you have to say “Enough is enough! I can’t just keep buying books and adding to these stacks of paperbacks and hardcovers filling up my house. How many of these books in my collection am I actually going to read again?” It’s a tough question, one I wrestled with, but the painful truth was: Not many.
THE SOLUTION IS CHEAP AND EASY!
Going forward, I’m planning to switch to digital copies whenever possible. So I’ve begun looking into options. That means eReaders and Tablets. Portable ways to take my collection with me, whether on a trip out of town or simply from room to room in my own house. Let’s take a look at some of the cheap and easy solutions I’ve found…
The absolute cheapest option is the Kindle Fire on sale now for just $39.99. That’s way less than I expected to pay for a tablet like this, especially considering how expensive iPads are. This is a limited time sale price, so jump on it if you want one!
Of course, if you want a bigger screen, they have a Fire for that… and it’s gorgeous! Yeah, it’s a few hundred bucks more, but if you can swing it, it’s a nice way to not only read books, but watch movies, shop, and do all that other internet-y stuff. 😉
I get it if you already have a desktop and a smartphone and prefer a dedicated eReader. They’re perfect for book addicts! And the Kindle line has plenty of options, starting at just $59.99… that’s not much more than the Fire tablet I just showed you. Even better, this Kindle eReader is priced at $59.99 and that’s 20% off the regular price of $79.99… but it’s only for a limited time!
Just like the Fire tablets, if you want to go higher-end, Amazon has the Kindle Paperwhite ($99.99, on sale for a limited time from the regular price of $129.99), Voyage ($179.99), and Oasis ($289.99). For my money, I recommend the Paperwhite for best features vs. value. Especially while it’s on sale! And it has text to speech, unlike the Voyage or Oasis. The Voyage is nice if you want to spend the extra money, but in my opinion, the Oasis is definitely overpriced.
The Voyage is a jump-up in price but has some compelling features that are worth considering…
WHAT’S THE BEST DEVICE TO READ BOOKS ON?
That depends on what you want to do with it. I’d love to tell you which one I decided to buy, but I haven’t made up my mind yet. I’m torn between the Fire HD10 and the Paperwhite… maybe the Voyage. They’re all so cool it’s hard to pick just one!
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