Kindle, 6" E Ink Display, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers (Previous Generation - 5th)
- Reads like real paper with no glare, even in bright sunlight
- Weighs less than 6 ounces - lighter than a paperback and fits in your pocket
- Up to one-month battery life on a single charge
- Download books in 60 seconds with built-in Wi-Fi - holds over 1,000 books
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Top Customer Reviews
Great Screen: Many people do not find LCDs hard to read on (e.g. smartphones, tablets, Kindle Fire, Nook Color, etc.), but virtually everyone will find E-Ink easier to read, any time of day. Especially the newest E-Ink Pearl displays. They simply look like paper and ink. I have never experienced any eye strain reading E-Ink book readers, but I have with LCD based phone/tablet screens.
Thin and Lightweight: This Kindle is thinner than any paperback and lighter too. This makes it very easy to hold in a sitting position, and for long periods too. It also makes it easy to transport in a purse, backpack, or messenger bag (or in luggage for traveling). Many people like to take a few books when travelling, and this Kindle lets you take as many as you want and adds virtually nothing to your travel burden.
Good Value: Even without a touchscreen, the Kindle is a good value. It is a well-made product, it offers cloud storage of your books (and well it should, since it offers no ability to expand storage capacity with an add-in microSD card), the screen is excellent, Amazon is a dogged competitor in book pricing. The Kindle 4 is the best value of Amazon's E-Ink readers. Some may be tempted to get the version with the built-in light. If you can afford it, sure, go ahead. But let me point out you don't have to spend $20 for a fancy-schmancy book light. Your local dollar store has them for ... wait for it ... a buck.Read more ›
This was the perfect answer. So feather light It is incredible. It is taking me a bit to not swipe the screen to turn a page, and get used to the lay out and use of the various buttons, but after an hour I had read the built in owners manual, learned the ins and outs of the buttons and had it set up. It connected to my WiFi instantly. The on screen key board has taken a bit to get used to but once you use it a few times you can do it pretty fast.
I wondered how all my content, library of books would be transferred from my Fire HD, to this device. To my pleasant surprise after connecting to my Wi-Fi, the next time I looked at the home menu my entire library of over 300 books was there, archived. I just click a title and it down loads in seconds.
I honestly can't tell the difference between the print on this and the print on my Fire HD. Pixel wise, my eyes can't differentiate a thing.
I love the texture look of a "page from a book look". The no glare is amazing. There are times and places I can't read or see the screen on my Fire HD, and this just runs circles around the reading in bright light. Yes!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got this because reviews looked promising. Wouldn't even charge to start up. Couldn't even turn it on when we fist got it. Zero stars if possible.Published 14 days ago by m.brown
I'm sure I just have bad luck because I know Kindles aren't bad devices. Years ago I bout one for my wife, months in, screen appeared broken for no apparent reason. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mitchell
Sooo rad, you can find these fully functional kindles dirt cheap! Since waterproof or waterproofed kindles start around $240, you can read in the bath with this one and drop it... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Sean Ardley
I purchased this earlier model Kindle as a gift to my father who was complaining about not having any room on his bookshelf for more books. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Patrick