The latest Amazon Kindle is thinner, lighter, and, well, whiter—although a black version is still available if that suits your fancy. It’s also the least expensive ebook reader in Amazon’s lineup at $79.99 (with ads). Upgrades from the previous model include increased memory (for speedier performance), as well as a design that’s more rounded, and built-in Bluetooth audio support so you can pair it with your favorite wireless headphones or speakers. There are also a few new reading features, but the entry-level template is otherwise unchanged, and this Kindle still doesn’t have a lighted screen. Overall, we prefer the Kindle Paperwhite for its bright edge lighting, high-resolution screen, and speedy performance—these features make it worth the extra cost, and our Editors’ Choice.
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