Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite e-reader was released in the late 2013 and is an e-book reader for all the real book fans.
As the name suggest, the display of Kindle Paperwhite is as white as the paper. It provides excellent contrast for reading in daylight without effort.
The back light allows the reader to turn pages continuously when everything is not illuminated.
Paperwhite weighs 206 grams which is ten grams less than its predecessor. Up to 1000 books can be stored. As far as the battery is concerned, Amazon claims that the battery last up to eight weeks between charges.
The dimensions of Paperwhite are similar to its predecessor measuring 6.7 x 4.6 x .36. It features a 212 ppi and 16 screen shades and is powered by the E Ink technology by Amazon.
According to the reports, the reading experience with the device is exceptional. The page turns seems faster now which is all because of the faster processor and more receptive touchscreen.
The e-reader is very comfortable and easy to use in one hand. The User Interface is very simple and self-explanatory.
It comes with a 2GB internal storage and also has a WiFi support. For all the Amazon content, the device comes with free cloud storage.
In the US, Kindle users enjoy the ability to lend their digital books to other Kindle owners.
The Kindle Paperwhite e-reader is available for $139 and is offer free which is $20 more expensive than the predecessor e-reader. The overall experience of Paperwhite is worth every penny.