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The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite features a 6" screen with 1024 x 768 pixel resolution (212 PPI), it packs a built-in WiFi and 2GB of internal storage.
Design and construction make it a joy to hold.
Great battery life.
Amazon's massive ebook selection.
Performance is snappy.
Great front-lit display.
No headphone jack.
Light creates dark spots at bottom of screen.
AC adapter sold separately.
Ads on cheaper models.
3G option is pricey.
Less comfortable to hold than the Nook.
No expandable memory.
By TechSmart.co.za on April 11, 2013
E-ink readers have hardly had the easiest of times over the last couple of years, as tablets, first of the 9.7” and 10” variety, and then the more reading friendly 7-inchers, stole their limelight. Indeed, for a while it looked like e-ink...
By Computeractive on December 20, 2012
If one of your New Year's resolutions is to read more, then an ebook reader can help. Although lighter than a hardback, these ultraportable gadgets can carry a small library's worth of books and far better suited for reading novels than a...
By The Inquirer on November 26, 2012
THE KINDLE PAPERWHITE is Amazon's first touchscreen model with an illuminated screen. It supersedes the Kindle Touch model that came out in the UK in April, which is no longer on...
By T3 on November 21, 2012
Turn on the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite and you’ll wonder how you ever coped with yesterday’s ereaders. The light is cool and clear, the new fonts are much easier on the eye, and the reading features are simply seamless.
By PCAdvisor on November 16, 2012
Thanks to Amazon's unparalleled ebook library and ease of use, the Paperwhite is a fantastic ereader to own. The screen is excellent, both the light and touch elements, and the whole device is well built. Kobo's Glo is a good alternative if you think you need more storage, as it has a micro SD card slot, and it's also £10 cheaper.
By TheTelegraph on November 15, 2012
Yet the Kindle is just an ereader – for £159 you can have a Kindle Fire HD or a Google Nexus 7. These are tablets that will let you read books, but also browse the web, download apps and check your emails too.
By TechRadar on November 13, 2012
Minor issues aside, Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite is more aces than not. It has the same primary advantage of every Kindle and Amazon device: the largest selection of digital reading material anywhere.
By RegHardware on November 13, 2012
If you want a Kindle just for reading books, not for playing games and surfing the net, then this e-ink screen is way easier on the eyes than the Kindle Fire HD or iPad mini. It has the crispest e-ink screen from Amazon yet and it’s enhanced by a...
By TechnoBuffalo on November 09, 2012
Yes. Of course. Absolutely. Without question. We were pretty sure this was going to become our favorite e-reader when Amazon introduced it over the summer, and it definitely is after extensive use.
By Gear Live on November 01, 2012
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