Amazon Kindle Special Offers Edition Does NOT Actually Hamper Your Reading Experience

With Amazon launching so many new versions of it’s Kindle devices, users who were still skeptical about getting one might actually end up buying one! So, as we have already told you, Amazon offers a discounted version (Up to $40 less from the regular version) of the Kindle Reader which is other wise known as the Amazon Kindle Special Offers with Sponsored Screensavers.

Now, many users who were about to buy this discounted version of the Kindle e-reader had only one major concern that the sponsored ads that would display on the Kindle would actually hamper their reading experience on the device as advertisements all over it would only make it cluttered. But this is not the case.

The advertisements and promotions on the Amazon Kindle Special Edition are shown only on the welcome screen and certain setting screens. These promotions and ads are neither shown when you start reading a book and nor when you browse the black n white web using your Kindle Special Offers edition. Check out these screenshots and videos:

No ads while reading a book - Amazon Kindle Special Edition with Sponsored Screensavers

No ads while reading a book

No ads while browsing the web - Amazon Kindle Special Edition with Sponsored Screensavers

No ads while browsing the web

No ads while browsing the web - Amazon Kindle Special Edition with Sponsored Screensavers

No ads while browsing the web (2)

So, what are you waiting for now? Go ahead and buy the Amazon Kindle sponsored Special edition right now :-) Below are the links to some other Amazon Kindle Device pages:

Kindle Wi-Fi, 6″ e-Ink display – Starting from $79 →

Kindle Touch Wi-Fi, 6″ e-Ink display – Starting from $99 →

Kindle Touch 3G + Wi-Fi, 6″ e-Ink display – Starting from $149 →

Kindle Fire Tablet, 7″ color display – Starting from $199 →

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