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Amazon Kindle still at its cheapest-ever price following Memorial Day

Feel like you missed out on all the best Memorial Day sales? Don’t worry. There’s still time to grab an Amazon Kindle at the lowest price it’s ever been. Right now, you can snap one up for only $60. That’s $30 off the usual price!

The Amazon Kindle is a device you’ve probably already heard a lot about. It’s the ebook reader that sparked a revolution in how we consume literature and non-fiction, with plenty of competitors trying to rival the simplicity of the Kindle. Nothing can beat it though. It’s easily the best way to read a book outside of, well, reading a book.

The all-new Kindle includes a built-in front light so you can read comfortably for hours whether you’re indoors or out, and regardless of whether it’s day, night, or something in between. Thanks to the Kindle being purpose-built for reading, it has the perfect display for the task. It’s glare-free and provides a reading experience that is just like looking at real paper, even in direct sunlight.

Besides offering an easy-to-use interface for reading, you can also highlight passages, look up definitions, translate words, and even adjust the text size, all without leaving the page you’re on. The battery life will last you weeks, too, so you won’t have to worry about constantly recharging.

As part of the Kindle ecosystem, you’ll have access to millions of books, newspapers, and audiobooks with the tablet able to hold thousands of titles at a time. It’s like carrying your own personal library with you, without the weight that comes from lugging many books around in your bag.

Amazon recommends you sign up to 3 months of Amazon Kindle Unlimited when you buy a Kindle, and we don’t blame them. It’s a fantastic service that’s risk and commitment-free right now, provided you remember to cancel before the renewal date.

Whatever you decide regarding a subscription, with an all-new Kindle priced at only $60, this is a no-brainer of a time to dive into a new way of reading. Whether you’re upgrading your aging existing Kindle or switching over to the digital era, you’re going to be happy with this purchase.

Grab it now before the price goes back up.

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