Amazon’s Kindle lineup is home to some of the most popular e-readers you can find. They are not too costly and they will easily store lots of books. However, since you will need to safeguard your investment, a decent case deserves your investment. For the best options around, see our list of 7 Best Kindle Cases For Basic, Paperwhite, And Oasis Owners.
1. Ayotu Case:
This is a brilliant case for those who use Kindle Basic. It can be bought in more than 24 colors and designs and it comes with the same folio design as Amazon’s official cases.
Ayotu Case possesses holes for the charging port, buttons and you will also get a magnetic cover that supports the wake-on-open and sleep-on-close feature of 10th generation Kindles.
2. Infiland Case:
This amazing and cheap Kindle Basic case supports auto-wake and sleep functions with its magnetic front.
On top of that, it possesses an amazing design, can be bought in 7 colors, and flaunts a synthetic leather that actually feels more like fabric, even if the inside is a tight-fitting plastic.
3. MoKo Case:
This is a simple case for the Amazon Kindle Basic and its cover comes with a rubbery plastic feel. It possesses the auto wake and sleep function with the magnetized front cover and will surely last you quite a while. It also possesses a 6-inch or 7-inch sleeve bag which helps to prevent bad effects from a drop.
4. CoBak Case:
This one suits Kindle Paperwhite owners and it is very lightweight. The cover comes with a magnet to keep it closed and it functions with the auto sleep and wake function. This case can be bought in just over 12 colors and designs too.
5. Fintie Case:
Still on the topic of 7 of the best kindle cases for basic, paperwhite, and Oasis owners. The Fintie case is another brilliant Kindle Paperwhite folio case and it provides amazing protection against drops or sudden falls.
Its front and back covers are synthetic leather with a cool two-tone design. It also supports auto sleep and wake functions even if it is quite heavy to carry around.
6. Walnew Case:
Walnew also has something amazing for Kindle Paperwhite owners and it actually comes with a stand and a mix of fabric and synthetic leather. Walnew Case possesses a pen holder along with support for the auto sleep and wake function too. If you need a more safe reading experience, you are even guaranteed a very comfortable hand strap.
7. ACdream Case:
If you own a Kindle Oasis, you are not left out. This case comes with a classic design, auto sleep, and wake functions. It can be bought in 6 different colors and the front of the cover is also home to a pocket if you need one. Its price is not stable, but you will surely get one in this price range – $15.99 – $16.99.
More Information About Kindle:
The Fire, formerly called the Kindle Fire, is a line of tablet computers developed by Amazon.com. Built with Quanta Computer, the Kindle Fire was first released in November 2011; it features a color 7-inch multi-touch display with IPS technology and running a custom version of Google’s Android operating system called Fire OS.
The Kindle Fire HD followed in September 2012, and the Kindle Fire HDX in September 2013. In September 2014, when the fourth generation was introduced, the name “Kindle” was dropped.
The first-generation Kindle Fire has a sensor on the upper left-hand corner of the screen. This was widely considered to be an ambient-light sensor, disabled since an early software upgrade.
The first generation of Kindle Fire devices run a customized Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread OS. The second-generation Kindle Fire HD runs a customized Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Along with access to Amazon Appstore, the Fire includes a cloud-accelerated “split browser”, Amazon Silk, using Amazon EC2 for off-device cloud computation; including webpage layout and rendering, and Google’s SPDY protocol for faster webpage content transmission.
The Amazon Kindle Fire helped the company beat their 2012 first quarter estimates and boosted the company’s stock in extended trading.
As of May 2013, about 7 million units had been sold according to estimates. Statistics for FY2014 or Q1&2 2015 are not yet available.