Amazon Kindle Fire: Is 8GB enough? - CNETMake no mistake: Reading on this device is a luxurious pleasure. For everyone else, we suggest picking up a Kindle Paperwhite , which can be had for half the cost. For more options, check out our comprehensive Kindle buying guide , or explore the broader competition in our e-reader buying guide. The Kindle Oasis is priced according to memory amount, connectivity, and the presence or absence of Special Offers —yes, you must pay for the privilege of omitting ads from the bottom of your lock screen. Deciding between 8GB and 32GB of memory depends on how voraciously you read—and especially whether you decide to take up Audible audiobooks, which demand a lot more space than an ebook. Display: 7-inch, ppi Paperwhite display with a LED built-in light and 16 levels of gray.
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Kindle Paperwhite (2018) Review
Does the Kindle Fire have the space to store enough media for an eight-hour trip? First off, let's be clear. When you get your brand-new Kindle Fire , you're not getting 8GB of free storage. Not even 8GB?! Thanks to OS bloat, the Kindle Fire actually offers only 6. That leaves about 6. This kind of memory bait and switch isn't exclusive to the Fire, however.
Kindle Paperwhite 2018 – useful info
The 4th-generation Paperwhite has most features many readers were dreaming about. It has a bigger memory. It has a Voyage-like glass front. Others users are waiting for the first reviews and inevitable price cuts during Black Friday Before you make the final decision whether to buy the new Kindle Paperwhite, trade for the model you own, or wait for price drops, think about how its features will work for you.
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The Kindle Paperwhite nabs features from the Oasis without a dramatic price hike. For those keeping track, this is Kindle Paperwhite number four. That means it can store anywhere between 2, and 8, books, which should be enough for even the most indecisive reader. More importantly, you can now use your Kindle to store audiobooks from Audible, which will eat through that new space a lot quicker. Image 2 of