The previous generation Kindle Paperwhite is the best e-reader for almost everyone, and at $80, it’s a no-brainer for bookworms traveling during the summer vacation.
It’s missing the waterproofing found in the latest version, but the $50 savings isn’t something papyrophobiacs should skim over. Especially when you consider this version still holds thousands of books and can last weeks on a single charge.
(Heads up, Woot says these “started life as “International 3G” versions. Unfortunately, the 3G connectivity does not work in North America.” So they’re calling them WiFi-only models.)