Earlier this year, Amazon introduced the latest versions of the e-reader and tablet family of devices, including the Kindle Paperwhite e-book reader and a new version of Kindle Fire HD. If you need a tablet computer with advanced capabilities, powered by the latest technologies, which is also easy to use, you should go for the new Fire HD model. At the same time, those looking for a new e-book reader, this time displaying books on a white paper-like background, Paperwhite would be the best choice. To those of you who prefer to stick to the basics and budget, I will tell you more about the newest version of Kindle, released last month by Amazon.
Amazon described the all-new Kindle as the lightest, smallest and most affordable Kindle. It comes with new and improved fonts, faster page turns, support for books and comics for children, parental controls, and many others, all in a 5.98-ounce device. You can keep the e-reader in a pocket or purse and read books wherever you are, on the 6-inch electronic ink display that mimics the look and feel of paper.
The latest generation Kindle also delivers the features that made it the world’s most popular e-book reading device, and these include access to thousands of electronic books, Whispersync that synchronizes last page read, annotations and bookmarks across devices, the variety of font sizes and styles that users can pick to customize their reading experience, the built-in dictionary, translation, sharing on social sites, parental controls, could storage, and Wi-Fi connectivity.
You can find and purchase the latest Kindle model from Amazon for $69.
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