Why the Kindle is perfect for book worms
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Amazon The Kindle Paperwhite is the best investment I've made, and if you're an avid reader, I can't recommend it enough.
Sure, I love physical books, but they add quite a bit of weight to your bag, and carrying them around with you can also damage the bindings of your precious possesions.
The best solution for avid readers is getting an e-reader.
After all, they allow you to have thousands of books with you at all times, without taking up any space.
In my opinion, one of the best out there is the Kindle Paperwhite. It's slightly more expensive than the £60 Kindle, but boasts some pretty neat features like a built-in light for night readers, 300 ppi screen resolution, and WiFi connectivity.
If you don't reach much, the humble Kindle will do just fine, but bookworms should invest in this one. It has a better screen quality and allows you to read at night, without compromising on its portability (although it's a tiny bit bigger than the Kindle).
Right now might be the best time to get it, too, as you can get the Kindle Paperwhite bundle, which includes the Kindle Paperwhite, an Amazon Leather Cover, and Amazon Powerfast 9W Power Adapter for just £143. Each are items any avid reader will need to invest in, so you might as well get your hands on the bundle and save yourself £10.
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