All-new Kindle Paperwhite – Now Waterproof with 2x the Storage – Includes Special Offers

November 22, 2018 - Comment

Product Features The thinnest, lightest Kindle Paperwhite yet-with a flush-front design and 300 ppi glare-free display that reads like real paper even in bright sunlight. Now waterproof, so you’re free to read and relax at the beach, by the pool, or in the bath. Enjoy twice the storage with 8 GB. Or choose 32 GB

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Product Features

  • The thinnest, lightest Kindle Paperwhite yet-with a flush-front design and 300 ppi glare-free display that reads like real paper even in bright sunlight.
  • Now waterproof, so you’re free to read and relax at the beach, by the pool, or in the bath.
  • Enjoy twice the storage with 8 GB. Or choose 32 GB to hold more magazines, comics, and audiobooks.
  • Now with Audible. Pair with Bluetooth headphones or speakers to listen to your story.
  • A single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours.
  • The built-in adjustable light lets you read indoors and outdoors, day and night.
  • Get instant access to new releases and bestsellers, plus over a million titles at $2.99 or less.
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Comments

Anonymous says:

Almost great, but new power button design is a showstopper To my fellow ghouls who, like me, often seek out the negative reviews, please see the finish of this one.The original Paperwhite changed my life–it got me back into reading after decades of neglect. It was and is one of those perfect things for me that comes along all too rarely. Still, I was always open to a newer better version. I wasn’t tempted by the 300 DPI Paperwhite with its smaller battery, or by the Oasis. But the new Paperwhite with Audible, and with a slightly smaller size and yet no diminution in reading area–that was an offer I could not refuse. I bought it in response to Amazon’s first email with pricing. And it was as beautiful as I expected, with its flat front, higher resolution, and smoother back lighting. The waterproofing was a nice addition.However, I soon discovered that Amazon has made a killer design change, and with tears in my eyes, I have returned the new Paperwhite. The problem? The power button now extends below the bottom edge,…

Anonymous says:

Pinhole Bright Spots and Other Issues I have owned a Kindle Paperwhite since 2014. I really liked that old one and gifted it away a while ago. Perhaps I have had too much expectation for this new 2018 version (waited for many months for the release), I felt quite disappointed with a few of its issues.First I must be clear that I am a fan of e-books, and I think Kindle Paperwhite has always been a nice device, light, easy to use, easier on the eyes than an LCD screen, easy to look up words, etc. I also used a Kindle Oasis for a couple of days, I don’t feel comfortable with the hard slick aluminum back, and its front lights are located on the sides, so the slight uneven light can be observed from left to right; while for Paperwhite with bottom lights, the unevenness is from top to bottom, meaning within each text line, the light is usually even, therefore less distracting to reading.Here comes the new 2018 Paperwhite. I like the screen is flat with the bezels now. However, both the first device I…

Anonymous says:

Easy to use – love it so far This is my first Kindle. I have been reading Kindle books for years, but I always used the apps on my iPhone, iPad and/or computer. I thought getting a Kindle was unnecessary – just another device to carry, charge, etc. I decided to get this new Kindle for a few reasons. I have vision issues (glaucoma) and glare on the screen has become a oroblem. I also found that the apps used a lot of battery capacity and I’m using my phone instead of the landline, so I need it to be free. This Kindle had all the features I wanted – bluetooth, capacity and waterproof. So far I absolutely love it. It was easy to set up and download my books. I’m not big on reading a lot of directions, and so far I’ve had no issues with figuring things out. It fits nicely in my hand and is light and thin. It is much easier to read because of less screen glare. I’ve used it in bright light (kitchen fluorescent) and just about no light (bedroom with lights off). Both were just fine. I postponed getting a…

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