Kindle Paperwhite, 6″ High-Resolution Display (212 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi

November 25, 2014 - Comment

E-BOOK AMZ PAPERW.WIFI Product Features No screen glare in bright sunlight Read with one hand – lighter than most tablets Battery lasts weeks, not hours Next-generation built-in light – read without eye strain https://www.facebook.com/GlobalOnlineShop/posts/907027206004277 List of Website that will help you earn money online for free. Best Deals by the Global Online Shop You can

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E-BOOK AMZ PAPERW.WIFI

Product Features

  • No screen glare in bright sunlight
  • Read with one hand – lighter than most tablets
  • Battery lasts weeks, not hours
  • Next-generation built-in light – read without eye strain

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KindleLover "NL" says:

Paperwhite VS Kindle Fire **I will be posting this comment on the kindle fire product as well**I love being up to date on the latest technology especially when it comes to my kindle.I previously owned the £69 kindle and about 10 months ago I decided to upgrade my kindle. I was torn between the Paperwhite and the Kindle Fire. I followed the advice which my boyfriend suggested and bought my kindle fire, as I could use this to catch up on my emails (I am a student so I am constantly being emailed about lectures), I liked the fact it was touch screen and had a screen like my laptop.I was drawn by the larger screen, the speakers with the Dolby Audio and the better screen resolution on the fire. I was using this for the reading my books whilst I was travelling to and from uni. I had to purchase a anti-glare screen protector as I found the glare was making it hard to read whilst I was on the bus. This didn’t really make the glare go away fully but it helped. I then only used the fire for…

S. McCormack says:

Brilliant! (Edit: Software Update 5.4.5 – 19/08/2014) This review is aimed at complete beginners to Kindles and Kindle owners alike. It will help beginners to decide which Kindle to purchase, and help Kindle owners with the decision of upgrading to the Paperwhite 2nd generation. I believe a review should give more than just “It’s great” (you’ll find this bit in the conclusion :-)). For this reason, I have included as much information as possible. Even if some of the sections do not seem to apply to you (for example, if you do not have a £59 Kindle, etc.), I did not want to repeat the information lots of times, so please read them anyway to get the full details. I hope that it is useful to all!WARNING: When I mention the £59 basic Kindle, this applies to the old version that has no touchscreen, etc.The Paperwhite has about 1.25 gigabytes of usable storage and can hold about 1,100 eBooks. The main formats it can read are the Kindle formats (AZW3, AZW and MOBI), PDF, TXT, DOC and DOCX. It also has an “experimental”…

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