Grabbing one of the best Kindles is more important than ever, as many users just got a reason to upgrade. Meet the Kindle Paperwhite (2021), which comes in three models: regular, Signature and Kids. These models will add USB-C, more battery life and display warmth settings. They come out in late October, and we look forward to testing them. In the mean time, check out our guide on how to check if your Kindle will lose internet access to learn more.
But once you know you want a Kindle, how do you decide on the right one for you?This is why we’ve tested them all to find the best Kindles for all kinds of readers. The best Kindle overall is the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. It’s got a sharp 6-inch, 300-ppi backlit display, 8GB of storage, and can withstand a dunk in the water. And it sounds like the Kindle Paperwhite’s about to get a bigger display and more storage by default.
We’ve even examined competitors trying to take Amazon’s throne (none have made much of a dent). Yes, while Amazon’s Kindles own the market, other do try and compete. We’re excited to test the new Kobo Elipsa, which packs a stylus for physical note-taking, once it comes to our lab.