The Kindle Paperwhite has long been considered the best all-around eReader money can buy, with all the reasons why it’s so great detailed in our in-depth review. Kindle Paperwhite Review. And right now, Amazon is making this brilliant eReader even better by adding Kindle Unlimited free for three months. This giveaway will give Kindle users access to a massive library of over a million eBooks, as well as magazine subscriptions and thousands of books with Audible narration. And, unlike other promotions, this offer is available to existing Kindle Unlimited customers and those who already have a free trial – in addition to anyone using the service for the very first time.
Kindle Unlimited is usually priced at £7.99 per month, meaning this deal offers a total saving of £23.97.
You can get this freebie when you buy a Kindle Paperwhite with adverts for £129.99 or the ad-free model – available for £139.99.
It’s important to note that once the free trial ends, auto-renewal will kick in, so if you don’t want to continue using Kindle Unlimited after your promotional offer ends, be sure to cancel first.
Kindle Unlimited books can be read on a Kindle e-reader, as well as on a wide range of devices such as your smartphone, tablet, and laptop through the official Kindle app, with progress carried over from device to device. other.
But the best reading experience will be on an Amazon Kindle, and the Paperwhite has long been the online shopping giant’s best all-around Kindle.
The Kindle Paperwhite has a brilliant 300 DPI display and a generous 6.8-inch anti-glare display that makes reading easy.
The Paperwhite also comes with an adjustable warm front light powered by 17 LEDs – which is great for reading at night or if you just want to give your eyes a break with a screen that’s more comfortable to watch.
The Paperwhite also features thinner bezels, an easy-to-hold grippy rubber back, and a premium look and feel.
The impressive Amazon eReader also offers fast page turns (with the latest model offering a 20% improvement over the previous generation) as well as an IPX8 waterproof rating. The Paperwhite also lets you plug in a pair of Bluetooth headphones if you want to listen to Audible audiobooks.
Amazon decided to launch three months of Kindle Unlimited with the Paperwhite after recently releasing an impressive new entry-level Kindle.
This Kindle – which is available for £84.99 for the version with ads – comes with a 300PPI screen like the Kindle Paperwhite.
It’s the highest resolution display ever seen on an entry-level Kindle that offers a huge upgrade if you’re just used to the base model.
It also comes with a whopping 16GB of space on board and is more sustainable than ever, being made from up to 75% recycled plastic.
These impressive specs come at a cost as the base Kindle is more expensive than ever, but £45 less than the Paperwhite.
The new entry-level Kindle falls short of the Paperwhite comparison in some areas, as the eReader doesn’t have as powerful a front light, comes with a smaller six-inch screen and is not waterproof. You also can’t get three months of Kindle Unlimited for free with it right now.