Kindle Paperwhite Drops To $94.99, Features Waterproof Design With Twice The Storage Than Before
Amazon’s own Kindle Paperwhite with upgraded storage is available to purchase under offer right now via Amazon’s own digital shopping mall. Usually selling for around the $130 mark, you can get your hands on the Kindle Paperwhite in order to satiate all of your reading requirements for just $94.99.
In addition to letting you get your hands on the gorgeous and powerful Kindle Paperwhite, this deal also exposes a 3-month free trial of the Kindle Unlimited service, which would usually command a price-tag of $29.97. Let’s look at the Paperwhite in the first instance.
The gorgeous Paperwhite is available with a Black or Twilight Blue finish. It comes with an improved flush-front design and offers 300 ppi of glare-free display technology. And, for a lot of people who love nothing more than consuming books and literature, that “glare-free” element is key. The Paperwhite eradicates the reading issues that you will get on standard tablets as far as sun and glare are concerned. If you are in the sun, and the beach or a pool are involved, then this iteration of the Paperwhite is also waterproof for your convenience.
It comes with 8GB of onboard storage as well as Audible, allowing you to connect a set of Bluetooth headphones and have your books read out to you via the Audible service. A single battery charge should also be good for weeks of reading, rather than hours, which is another benefit of using a traditional tablet for this type of activity. In addition to the hardware, you’re also going to get three-months access to the Kindle Unlimited service on an auto-renewal basis at $9.99 per month.
Kindle Unlimited gives you immediate and uninterrupted access to millions of eBooks directly on the Kindle Paperwhite. No additional purchases are necessary. Even at $9.99 per month, it’s a great service for anyone who consumes books at an unprecedented rate. Check out this deal on the direct link below and make sure to jump on it while it’s hot in order to benefit from the big savings that Amazon has in place, both on the hardware itself and the free-of-charge access to Kindle Unlimited.