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Amazon’s Latest Kindle Oasis Is Cheaper Than Its Predecessor

October 11, 2017, 1:00 PM UTC

There’s a new Amazon Kindle coming.

The retail giant unveiled its revamped Kindle Oasis on Wednesday that’s cheaper than the previous version, is waterproof, and has a bigger display.

The Kindle Oasis is Amazon’s most expensive and feature-packed e-reader for reading digital books.

Whereas the previous version of the Kindle Oasis cost $290 and had 4GB of storage, the newer version will cost $250 and have 8 GB of storage. For people who want a lot more space to store their digital books, they can get the 32 GB model for $280.

Additionally, Amazon (AMZN) is selling a version of the Kindle Oasis with cellular connectivity for $350, or $10 cheaper than the previous equivalent model. There is no additional monthly fee for limited data access.

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The new Kindle also comes with the online audiobook service Audible, which Amazon bought in 2008 for $300 million. Amazon said that by integrating Audible into the new Kindle, people would be able to “switch easily between reading and listening without changing devices.”

A spokesperson said that if customers don’t have a monthly subscription to Audible, they can buy books individually through the service.

People can pre-order the new Kindles online now, and the devices will ship on Oct. 31.

Other Kindle existing variants include the standard Kindle ($80), the Kindle Paperwhite ($120), and the Kindle Voyage ($200).

Update: 6:33 AM PST with spokesperson’s comments on Audible.