Amazon.ca Amazon.ca Black Friday Deals Week 2019: Ring Video Doorbell 2 $129, Fire 7 Kids Edition Tablet $90, Echo Dot Speaker $30 + More Get Early Black Friday Device Deals at Amazon.ca!

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Leave a new Amazon device under the tree by heading to Amazon.ca, because Black Friday Deals Week is on now and you can find early access deals on select devices including the new Echo Dot with Clock, Fire Tablets and more!

There are over 10 device deals available, including two that are only accessible via Alexa voice ordering -- you'll need to use an Alexa-enabled device or the app (Android, iOS) and say the associated voice command to order the deals.

We've listed a few of Amazon's Early Black Friday device deals below.

Alexa-Exclusive Deals

Echo Speakers

Fire Tablets

Fire Tablets (Kids Edition)

Kindle eReaders

These offers are effective online for a limited time. Amazon.ca offers free shipping for all Prime members or on orders over $35.00 for those who aren't members.

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    • Honestly,2G is good enough. Kindle is reading device but now people treat it as library. Eg keep books but never read.

      Kindle daily deals make thing worse
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    • Thanks!! I've been waiting for this deal since my last kindle died a few months ago.
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    • Anyone know a good sale on other ebook readers like the kobo forma or pocketbook?

      I want something with physical buttons and cloud syncing (without email), so dropbox or gdrive or something.
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    • Good deal... I keep hoping for a price drop on the kindle oasis. Yes I know there are alternatives that are cheaper but I still want one.
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    • Can someone enlighten me on the difference between this and the basic kindle? I read mostly text, so not sure if the screen resolution would make a difference; 5 vs 4 led, not sure what difference that makes; waterproof is nice but not crucial; I guess double storage is really the only thing I wanted. Is the paperwhite faster?
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    • eyeball123 wrote: Can someone enlighten me on the difference between this and the basic kindle? I read mostly text, so not sure if the screen resolution would make a difference; 5 vs 4 led, not sure what difference that makes; waterproof is nice but not crucial; I guess double storage is really the only thing I wanted. Is the paperwhite faster?
      From my research, the biggest deal is waterproof and the higher resolution is a noticeable improvement IF you use your Kindle for reading comics.
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    • Can you still hack these eBook readers to give free unlimited 3G like you could on old devices?

      Asking for some friends.
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    • Most of the people I know won't buy an Kindle Device since Amazon has complete control over it so much so that they have deleted people's books without their permission.

      https://www.defectivebydesign.org/amazon-kindle-swindle
      After you read a physical book, you can give it to a friend or sell it. Not so with a Kindle book. You can donate a physical book to a library -- an institution whose purpose is to continue sharing it for as long as possible. The Kindle's DRM, however, is designed explicitly to prevent sharing and the public benefit that institutions like libraries provide.[1]
      https://www.nytimes.com/2009/07/18/tech ... mazon.html
      In a move that angered customers and generated waves of online pique, Amazon remotely deleted some digital editions of the books from the Kindle devices of readers who had bought them.
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    • if I have the old paperwhite from 2015, is this worth an upgrade?
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    • I have one of these.

      I mainly use Calibre to convert epubs over to it since I buy my ebooks from Google Books.

      If you read manga and want to import your own series, use Kindle Comic Converter. The program will resize the images to fit the screen size of the Kindle to save space.

      The base 8gb Kindle is more than enough if you just read regular books.

      Get the 32gb one if you also want to read a lot of manga. The 8gb one won't last you if you read a lot of long runners and you'll constantly be deleting and uploading new manga to it.

      Note that due to the OS, you don't actually have 8gb/32gb.

      Honestly though, if you read manga, get an Oasis. The increased screen size actually makes a ton of difference compared to the Paperwhite. Sometimes I have difficulty reading smaller background text on the Paperwhite.

      One issue is that if you have tons of books, it may take a while for you to scroll through to find your books due to e-ink e-reader being slow to refresh.

      Reading experience wise, this is great. It's very light and the e-ink makes it really easy on the eyes compared to a tablet/phone.

      The battery lasts around 28 hours with massive standby time. I didn't use it for about 3 months during the summer and it only drained like not even 10% battery.
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    • Is this their Black Friday deal or will it be cheaper then?
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    • I did a lot of comparisons and research before buying my Kobo Clara HD a few months ago. Very happy with the Kobo and adding epub books is drag and drop.
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    • Having used a 6" e-reader for a few years, and then a 7" model for a few more, I would never go back to 6". Waiting for the day when Kindle introduces a reasonably priced 7" model. But I'll probably buy a Kobo Forma instead the first time they have a sale.
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    • enhanced wrote: Is this their Black Friday deal or will it be cheaper then?
      I am also wondering if it will get any cheaper during Black Friday. I guess if I was patient, I'd just wait and see :D
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    • Bluetooth - Yes. The Canadian version has bluetooth.
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    • Not a bad price. If my 2nd gen Paperwhite (from 2012ish) wasn't still going strong to this day, I would definitely upgrade to this new model.
      I don't even buy amazon books (unless they're free), I just download them, import to Calibre and then wirelessly email them to my Kindle (using my @kindle.com address).

      The batteries in these things last for freaking ever it seems. I use my kindle a LOT, yet I still gets a crazy amount of hours from a single charge.
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    • Battery life is the only issue of my 2012 kindle Paperwhite. However, after so many years, it's normal that the battery doesn't last as long as it used to be.
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    • Can you left justify? lol
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