The Amazon Kindle has come to be considered the best e-reader money can buy. But money can buy several different Kindle models at different prices.

Here, we explain the differences between Kindles, how much they cost and which model is the best for your needs.

The relative affordability (of some models!) and easy-to-use nature, coupled with the fact you can carry thousands of books on one device, means e-readers are an attractive purchase for many, though for some people their phone or tablet screen does just as well, and Amazon’s Kindle app is available on just about every device.

Today there are four different Kindles available direct from Amazon. There are also other brands of e-readers made by different companies. Check out a few over on our list of the 7 best e-readers.

In this article we break down the four models, Kindle, Paperwhite, Voyage and Oasis and explain the differences between them, and why some cost a lot more than others. 

Before we start though, here’s a list of things that are the same on all models of Kindle, no matter which you end up buying:

  • Full access to the entire Amazon Kindle Store
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • 6in touchscreen e-ink display
  • Take and share notes within books

And you’ll get Audible audiobook support on the Kindle and Kindle Oasis, but not yet on Paperwhite or Voyage. 

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Amazon Kindle 8th generation

Amazon Kindle 8th generation

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon Kindle Voyage

Amazon Kindle Voyage

Amazon Kindle Oasis (2017)

Amazon Kindle Oasis (2017)



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