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New Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, Read My View, and Get Some Tips

Updated on September 13, 2014

New Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

The Amazon Kindle can be considered as one of the best eBook readers available in the present world, which helps people to read eBooks in a convenient manner. Continuing the tradition, Amazon has released their latest 2013 Kindle Paperwhite. This New Kindle Paperwhite Review will let you know how fascinating the new device is.The new Kindle Paperwhite is a little bit snappier than the previous version. People had issues with shadows in the front lit e-ink screen in the previous versions, and the manufacturer has eliminated all of them in this.The new Kindle is equipped with a wide range of fascinating features like a faster processor, improved screen and several advancements in software.Even though with several issues, last years Kindle Paperwhite was awarded as the best e-reader in the world. With these improvements, it will secure its position in this year as well.

Features:

As many people expected, the new Kindle Paperwhite comes with the latest software upgrade, which is equipped with several new features. The readers can use the slider which can be found at the bottom of the screen to jump around the book without losing their place. The page flip feature introduces a slightly small page on top of the screen. The Kindle owners will also recognize X-ray feature, which assist them to have a look at all the sections of the book including characters, people, places and ideas. For instance, if you tap and hold on a specific place, it will provide you with a short bio explaining about that place. The dictionary is improved with a new vocabulary builder and you can see words with flashcards.

The design:

The Kindle Paperwhite 2013 has the same soft-touch, Smokey black design as last year. However, the manufacturers has reduced its weight for the convenience of users. You will not find any issues when using this device because of its comfortable design. The other notable change in its design is that the logo on back has been changed from Kindle to Amazon. The Screen: The screen plays a prominent place behind the popularity of Kindle Paperwhite. The improved backlight reduces eyestrain and you will get the opportunity to read eBooks with less hassle. This optimized screen saves a huge amount of battery and if you stick to around 50 percent of backlight, you will be able to use it for a period of two months with a single charge.

Performance:

The improved processor allows you to jump through pages of a book with extra speed. The settings can be accessed in a convenient manner, which provides a less frustrating experience. The new touch technology is 19 percent lighter than the previous version and it can respond well to lighter touches. With all these features, the 2013 Amazon Kindle Paperwhite can be considered as one of the best eBook readers you can purchase from the market. It can be purchased at an affordable price and the benefits you get are totally worth for the amount you pay.

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    • goldenrulecomics profile image

      goldenrulecomics 

      4 years ago from New Jersey

      Nicely done. I have a kindle but prefer books, as I mention in my article about ereaders.

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      GreatGazoo 

      4 years ago

      I would love to own this for reading ebooks.

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      Doc_Holliday 

      4 years ago

      Very handy for slipping into a big pocket or handbag.

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      celluliteandexe 

      4 years ago

      thanks for the review. Do you have one yourself?

    • takkhisa profile image

      Takkhis 

      4 years ago

      Great review! I always thought of this one but I have failed to get one.

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      linda-nelsone-1 

      4 years ago

      Nice lens, Thank you!

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