Kindle Paperwhite 3G Review

Kindle Paperwhite 3G Review


Unlike a tablet, Kindle Paperwhite 3G is deliberately designed to read like a printed page with a glare-free display, ultra-light design, and weeks-long battery life. Includes free 3G wireless—no hunting or paying for Wi-Fi hotspots, no annual contracts or monthly fees; 3G wireless works globally.

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Kindle Paperwhite 3G, 6″ High Resolution Display with Built-in Light, Free 3G + Wi-Fi – Includes Special Offers [Previous Generation] – Product Features

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  • Glare-free screen – unlike a tablet, the Paperwhite display is easy to read in bright sunlight
  • Read without eyestrain ? unlike a tablet, Paperwhite projects light inwards, not out at your eyes
  • Thin and light – hold comfortably in one hand for extended periods
  • Read for weeks without charging – Kindle Paperwhite can be read for up to 8 weeks on a single charge

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Kindle Paperwhite 3G Review

4 responses to “Kindle Paperwhite 3G Review”

  1. T. Tom says:

    Worthy upgrade over prior models but light is not even 0

  2. B. Fraser says:

    Pretty good but… My first Kindle was a Kindle 2. I liked it a LOT. In fact, if it had a backlight like the Paperwhite, I’d still be using it. But, I got tired of trying to keep track of my external booklight.There have been a number of reviews here that have touched on just about all of the characteristics of this device, so I’ll only mention the ones that I found important.There were two reasons why the Paperwhite appealed to me enough to buy one: the size and the backlight. Coming from the Kindle 2, I find that I really like the size a lot. The 2 was just a little too much to hold comfortably for long periods of time. While the Paperwhite plus case isn’t a total lightweight, it is quite a bit easier to use than the 2.The backlight feature is also pretty nice. It is certainly not even close to what I expected from all the reviews and from Amazon’s own promotional hype, but it works and I don’t have to carry a booklight. I’m not sure I’d classify it as a winner, but…

  3. Anonymous says:

    I see the same issues with the screen that many others mention and am still deciding how much that matters to me for extended periods of reading. What really offends me, though, and clearly others too, is paying a premium to have no special offers and be free of advertisements only to find half the home screen in cover view taken up with book advertisements. It is dishonest on the part of Amazon. Ridiculous that one should have to enable parental controls to remove the advertisements and thereby preclude access to the store. Ridiculous that the cover view is made worthless. UPDATED 22 Feb 2013 This update is overdue. Amazon did issue a fix to provide the option to remove the advertisements and I hope they learned a lesson in the process. Now that is done and even though I wouldn’t say the screen is 100% perfect, it is a five star product. So much better to use than even the last version of the Kindle. The backlighting may not be 100% perfect but it doesn’t affect my enjoyment…

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