If you're a book lover who wants to give your library a high-tech upgrade, the Amazon Kindle is a natural choice. With three versions of the e-book reader and its Fire tablets, Amazon has something for everyone, but which one is best for you?
You may not be sure you want a Kindle at all. E-book sales have been steadily declining as more and more readers return to physical books. It is a pleasure to hold a printed book by its very nature, and there is even research that suggests you can capture the content better than an eBook.
However, if you frequently travel or commute by public transport, you can pack hundreds of titles and even a whole bookstore in a device that's smaller than a paperback and weighs less than a hardcover. Backlit readers also eliminate frustrations in low light conditions that can make books unreadable without bulky book light.
No matter if you do not know Kindles and Readers in general or have been a tech savvy reader for a long time, we have the details of what every Kindle brings to the table. Look at it below.