Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite with USB-C Bigger Screen

The new Kindle Paperwhite now has a bigger 6.8-inch screen, a blue-to-yellow front light, and USB-C. Amazon’s most popular Kindle e-reader just got its first significant upgrade in three years.

There’s also a new “Signature Edition” Paperwhite, which adds an auto-adjusting light sensor, 32GB of storage, and wireless charging. A Kids Edition comes with a 2-year warranty, a lovely case, and a year’s worth of Amazon’s Kids+ subscription library. A new Signature Edition Paperwhite, meanwhile, adds an auto-adjusting light sensor and wireless charging.

Kindle Paperwhite

The new model looks like a complete refresh. A new processor offers 20% faster page turns, Amazon says. The screen is more prominent with a smaller bezel around it. And the front light, formerly white only, now can shift to amber for more restful reading. The Signature Edition works with any Qi wireless charger. In addition, all the new models will come with Amazon’s new “reimagined” Kindle UI. The Kindle Paperwhite has long been our primary pick in Amazon’s lineup for several reasons. Its 300ppi screen is more restful than the lower-cost Kindles’ rougher displays, and it has a flat front that misses sand at the beach and is waterproof.

New Paperwhite Kids

The Kids Edition of the Paperwhite has a selection of colorful covers. The Paperwhite Signature Edition closes the gap between the $129 Paperwhite and the $249 Kindle Oasis, which looks like less of a value. The Oasis has a 7-inch screen, color-changing light, and automatic light sensors—features now found on the Signature Edition, too. The Oasis still has physical page-turn buttons and more front-light LEDs, but those may not be worth the added cost. With the new highlights comes a slight price boost. The base $129.99 Paperwhite is now $139.99. The previous 32GB model was $159.99; it now becomes the Signature model, costing $189.99. The Kids Edition costs $159.99. As usual, that’s a considerable discount over buying a Paperwhite, a case, and the Kids+ subscription. The Paperwhite’s top competitor now is probably Kobo’s $169.99 Libra H20, which has a similar screen size and color-changing front light and is also waterproof.

Kindle Unlimited

Kindle Unlimited is an assistance that allows you to learn as much as you want, choosing from over 1 million titles. Freely search for new authors, books, and genres from magic and romance to sci-fi and more. You can view it on any device. After 30 days of free service, it’s conveniently available for Rs.169 a month. You can also pay for the six or 12-month plans. Moreover, you have unlimited access to a growing catalog of over 1 million Kindle books for so long as you are a member of the plan as a member of Kindle Unlimited.

Eligibility For The Kindle Unlimited 30 Day Free Trial

Free trial is only obtainable on the Rs.169 monthly plan. If you have not heard of Kindle Unlimited before, or it has been more than 13 months since you last used Kindle Unlimited, you are eligible for a 30-day free trial. After the 30 days free trial period, you will automatically enroll in the Rs.169 per month subscription.

Access Kindle Unlimited Books

You can discover Kindle Unlimited books throughout your shop for Kindle books today. Locate the Kindle Unlimited icon completely in the Kindle Store and click on the “Read for Free” key on Kindle book pages to begin reading. You can discover popular titles and suggestions from their editors on the Kindle Unlimited page or scan thru the entire catalog and refine it by the popular genre. With the free Kindle Reading apps, you can browse Kindle Unlimited books on your Kindle device or your phone, tablet, or computer. Sign-up for Kindle Unlimited on your iPhone or iPad; visit www.amazon.in/kindle unlimited in your browser. You can discover and download Kindle Unlimited books from your browser the same way you shop for books in the Kindle Store and read them with their free Kindle Reading app.

Kindle Unlimited is currently available only to Indian customers on Amazon.in. However, customers in the US, UK, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, France, Italy, Spain, and Canada can sign-up for Kindle Unlimited in their local Amazon marketplace. Amazon also plans to extend this service to other nations. So stay tuned.