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E-book readers are generally considered pretty rudimentary gadgets, being incapable of performing most of the tasks even the world’s humblest and cheapest Android tablets can easily carry out. Be that as it may, Amazon has impressively managed to strike gold with an extensive Kindle product lineup including low, mid, and high-end models for more than a decade now.
As you can imagine, these dirt-cheap units on sale today only at Woot are backed by a 90-day warranty, shipping (for free for Prime members) in brown boxes featuring “used” markings despite the e-tailer technically listing the product condition as “refurbished.”
If you hurry, you can choose between “used – good” and “used – very good” labeled condition, as well as between Wi-Fi-only and Wi-Fi + AT&T cellular-enabled variants, at prices ranging from the aforementioned $20.99 to $26.99.
Alternatively, you can opt for the slightly better second-gen Amazon Kindle Paperwhite at $29.99 in “used – acceptable”, “used – good”, or “used – very good” labeled condition. That seems like a ridiculously easy choice to make, but following in the footsteps of 4GB storage configurations, the “good” and “very good” 2GB models could well go out of stock ahead of the killer new deal’s actual expiration date time.