• kindle paperwhite 6 high resolution display (300 ppi) with built-in light wi-fi
  • Best Tablet For Reading Books 2018
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Customer Reviews

Kindle suprise

One person found this helpful.
 on 7 February 2017
By HJ1
The Kindle Paperwhite is a very useful reading companion for the bookworm who always likes a book close to hand.

A great upgrade from the original

3 people found this helpful.
 on 11 October 2014
By Zarina
I love this product. A great size – small enough for my pocket/bag, big enough to hold comfortably

Two steps forward, one step back

One person found this helpful.
 on 7 July 2014
By Peter Lee
This is the third Kindle I’ve owned (previously I’ve owned a Kindle Keyboard, and a “basic” Kindle) and in some ways it’s the best of the three, but in others it feels like a step backwards.

Love it! Reccommend it!

One person found this helpful.
 on 1 April 2015
By Polkadot Bookworm 🙂
I had the older touch screen model and I was perfectly content with it – exept it was difficult to read in lower dimmed rooms/at night in the car/when in bed. I was not looking to buy an upgrade but my husband wanted to get into reading again so convinced me to buy this while he took my old model … so very glad he did! I can read anywhere now – you can adjust the light brightness at night so you are not blinded in the dark. I like the brightness quite low on all eectronic devices so I appreciate this feature. The ads to say that you can read this in the sunlight without a glare … spot on. there is nowhere you cannot read this comfortably.

A reluctant purchaser – but now a convert – I love it!

One person found this helpful.
 on 24 April 2014
By KarenS
Well, I never thought I’d buy a Kindle (or any kind of e-reader for that matter). I do love my books (still do!), but I don’t live in a mansion with its own library and therefore something’s gotta give!

A different way to read, a library that’s always open.

 on 4 December 2016
By Jay1
I am impressed with it but pleased I bought a cover because it makes the Kindle easier to hold and it feels a bit more like a book. I love being able to conjure a book out of thin air and the little extras like the dictionary, Wikipedia etc. Ultimately there is no comparison between a Kindle and a book if you’re a book lover but if you buy books eventually you run out of space. I have decided that I would like to read the classics I’ve pushed to one side over the years and my Kindle will be used for that purpose – it will be an electronic library of ‘great’ literature. I’ve started with Bleak House and so far it’s been an enjoyable experience.

Paperwhite 3G trumps tablet

One person found this helpful.
 on 19 April 2014
By Cheshire Cat
As a long term and extremely satisfied iPad Air owner I have been really surprised at just what a difference a dedicated e-reader makes to being able to read books in all light conditions. With my iPad ( which is superb at all web tasks, apps etc.) , the light output means reading at night is difficult without disturbing my wife and vice versa. Reading in bright sun is also problematic with the tablet and of course, there is a degree of nervousness taking a high value iPad to the beach etc.


One person found this helpful.
 on 12 March 2014
By lin
I have been using my Next generation Kindle Paperwhite for a few weeks now and love it
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