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E-book readers are generally considered to be quite rudimentary devices as they are incapable of performing most of the tasks that even the most humble and cheapest Android tablets in the world can easily do. Be that as it may, Amazon has done an impressive job of winning gold for more than a decade with an extensive Kindle lineup that includes low, mid, and high-end models.
As you can imagine, these dirt cheap devices that are only for sale at Woot today come with a 90 day warranty. Shipping (free for Prime members) is in brown boxes with “used” markings, although the e-tailer technically lists the product as “refurbished”.
If you hurry, you can choose between “Used – Good” and “Used – Very Good” as well as Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi + AT&T cellular options at prices between the above $ 20.99 USD to $ 26.99.
Alternatively, you can opt for the slightly better second-generation Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for USD 29.99 in the condition marked “used – acceptable”, “used – good” or “used – very good”. That seems like a ridiculously easy decision, but in the footsteps of 4GB storage configurations, the “good” and “very good” 2GB models could sell out before the killer new deal actually ends date Time.