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All-new Kindle (2022 release) with ads £74.99 @ Amazon

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First price drop since release.

without ads also discounted £10 to £84.99.


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Take the story with you
Meet Kindle, now with an upgraded high-resolution display, double the storage, USB-C charging and longer battery life. The built-in adjustable front light and the newly added dark mode feature lets you read comfortably indoors and outdoors, any time of the day.

Enhance your reading
Enjoy sharper text and images. The upgraded 300 ppi high-resolution glare-free display provides more than three times as many pixels than the previous generation.

Read comfortably in any environment
The glare-free display reads like printed paper, even in direct sunlight. Adjust the front-lit display, and now with dark mode easily invert text colour for a more comfortable reading experience, day and night.

Distraction-free reading
Focus on the story. With no interruptions from messages, e-mails or social media, you can lose yourself in the story.

Read for longer
Now with extended battery life. A single charge via USB C lasts up to 6 weeks.

Extensive selection
Finding new stories has never been easier with Kindle. With Kindle Unlimited, explore millions of books, selected magazine subscriptions and thousands of audiobooks. Prime members have unlimited access to thousands of titles including eBooks, magazines and more with Prime Reading. Enjoy access to Kindle Exclusive titles you won’t find anywhere else. If you have young readers in your household, you can set up a Child profile and get unlimited access to a curated library of child-friendly books with an Amazon Kids+ subscription, starting at £3.99/month.

Better together
Designed by Amazon to perfectly fit your Kindle, these slim, form-fitting covers attach securely and fold back for one-handed reading. They automatically put your device to sleep when closed and wake it upon opening, making it easy to pick up where you left off. Learn more about our covers.

Features

  • The lightest and most compact Kindle, now with a 300 ppi high-resolution display for sharp text and images.
  • Read comfortably with a glare-free, paper-like display. The adjustable front light and dark mode make reading effortless, day and night.
  • Get lost in your story. Tune out of messages, e-mails and social media with a distraction-free device made specifically for reading.
  • Now with extended battery life—a single charge via USB C lasts up to 6 weeks.
  • Now with 16 GB to store thousands of books—double the storage capacity of the previous generation.
  • Kindle Unlimited gives you the freedom to explore. Enjoy unlimited access to millions of books. Explore selected magazine subscriptions. Listen to thousands of books with Audible narration.
  • Designed with sustainability in mind. This Kindle uses 30–75% recycled plastics and 90% recycled magnesium.

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    I think this is the first price drop on the new model. Bought the missus it for Christmas and she's very happy with it - BUT - I bought it from John Lewis who've now price matched Amazon. John Lewis have a 'Price Drop' price matching.. if it drops within 35 days of your purchase they'll refund you the difference - so I've just asked them to do this and got an email saying they'll be refunding me the £10.
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    I'm new to the world of ereaders and thought that kindle's were the way to go until I did a bit of research and found out about Kobo's and how you can use them to access your local library's ebook collection for free.

    For those people with a kindle, how do you get your books? Are you buying them from amazon? Is it worth jailbreaking and modding a kindle?

    I just want a cheap one to try out as I'm not sure if I'll be able to give up physical books! It's only for the beach when I'm travelling. I'm happy to buy used. What's the cheapest option that's still worth picking up?
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    Look for a programme called Calibre. That will do the trick.
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    How’s this compare with the Paperwhite?
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    Paperwhite has a larger, flush screen, 2.5x longer battery life, more premium build, has a faster processor, is waterproof, warm light option with more LEDs.
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    My paper white I purchased in 2018, the battery is now discharging on it. Used to last 6 weeks. Now it drops 50% per day. I contacted Amazon and one of their tech advisors said the battery should last 6-7 years on a paper white but it’s just tough. It’s made me consider going elsewhere for a future e reader. I’ll have to research Kobo
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    I've had this as well. Happens with pretty much all the kindles I've owned. It also happens about 18 months to 2 years into owenership. It's annoying. The only reason I stick to the Kindle is because of the huge library and the books are cheap (99p daily deals for example). Kobo .... I know very little about it.
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    I just noticed this too as had my eye on one for a bit but torn between this and paperwhite. The kids edition is £90 too with a case and kids +. That one is in stock now. Depends if you are going to buy a case it not. Apparently the ads come back when you exit kids mode though 🫤
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    Good to know about the ads, as I was considering the kids version (not for kids), as previous versions used to have ads permanently disabled (based on what reviews said)
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    I've owned a kindle for 6 years. I've used it once, to see if it works. For some reason I still find myself downloading free books.
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    I am confused by this comment. So you used kindle once but you are downloading free books? You are reading on a computer or tablet and not kindle? You can upload free books on kindle so why not to use it. I just...dont know what you mean.
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    If you buy this version, message amazon customer support and ask them to remove the ads. They will do it for free
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    I remember them doing that on the fire tablet's for a little while if you concocted a story, but they knocked that on the head after a while. I've no idea about the success rate when trying it on ereaders
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    Worth it just for USB C.
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    Big fan of the denim colour
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    Thank you, just cancelled the one I bought Jan 1st and ordered this one. I did order it for my hubby's birthday on the 4th Jan but they keep pushing the delivery date back. Said 7th-11th February in my order tracker but now I've bought this one, it says, 1st-4th Feb. Hope they don't keep pushing the delivery date back on this order 🤞
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    I ordered without noticing the delivery date
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    Does this start up on opening the fabric cover? Or do you need to enter a code or something?
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    I see they are holding the no ads version. 3-6 months dispatch
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    Is it worth upgrading kindle paper white from 2017?
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    Currently using a 2015 Paperwhite, but it's working fine still! Wonder if I should upgrade at some point, this seems like a good price
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    I have been using the original fire hd tablet for reading since 2012 and was thinking of going all out on the Kindle Oasis. Does anybody know how the Oasis holds up to say the newest paperwhite? The price difference is massive!
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    I wouldn't bother with the Oasis at the moment if I were you.

    It hasn't had an updated design since 2019 (every other Kindle model has) so it's expected to get a refresh this year.
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    When it comes to buying old tech with ereaders, how far back can you comfortably go before it becomes an issue? I'd prefer to go for a Kobo but if I can find a dirt cheap Kindle, I'd consider it.
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    I still use a kindle keyboard from 2010 because I prefer the buttons. I had this kindle on a camel camel watch as the battery was broke on the keyboard. Ended up just replacing the battery and everything works as normal.

    unlike most tech these days, it doesn’t have planned obsolescence and it’s pretty good that Amazon starting allowing epubs on it.

    I think Amazon turned off the buy direct from the kindle but that doesn’t matter as you can still buy from another device and it will or transfer other books. (edited)
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    Any idea where I can a refurbished Kindle or any other ereader?
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    Amazon sell refurbs every now and again
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    Is is better to get the Kindle Kids which costs £15 more but with no ads, extra cover and 2 yr warranty?
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    In a word - yes. I actually purchased the kids Paperwhite version for myself. I just switched off the kids mode in the settings. A case and an extra year warranty seemed like a good deal to me.
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