E-readers used to be the simple, beans-on-toast comfort food of the gadget world. That’s all changed.
Amazon makes a whopping four different Kindles, all with proper e-reader screens you can gaze at for hours without getting a headache. They can all store thousands of books, last for weeks off a charge and even the cheapest Kindle has a touchscreen these days.
Look at the range and you can be left scratching your head as to why one costs almost five times as much as the other. Here’s our breakdown of how they differ and which one’s right for you.