All Kindle Paperwhite 3 Review:
- 6-inch Carta E Ink touch screen
- High Resolution Screen
- New Bookerly Font
- 1GHz Processor
- 512MB RAM
- Wi-Fi & 3G Network
- 4GB of Internal Storage
- Wi-Fi/ Wi-Fi+Free 3G
Amazon\’s All-new ‘Kindle Paperwhite’ bolsters a sharper, crisper display with a laser quality text, squeezing in more pixels compared to the previous models. It also features a new typesetting engine and a new font named: Bookerly that resembles the typography of a real book.These features will bemade available as a software update on Kindle Fire tablets, Kindle ebook readers, and Kindle iOS and Android apps. Furthermore, the new Paperwhiteoffers a long lasting battery life, which lasts for weeks, even on a single charge. You can charge it by plugging the micro USB cable into an outlet adapter or a PC. Kindle Paperwhite brings a perfect balance between price and performance with its Wi-Fi and, or Wi-Fi Free 3G model variant. It does not pack Page plus and Adaptive Light Sensor features like that of the Kindle Voyage, but it does find similarities with its display resolution, new font, new typesetting, design form factor, Free 3G connection and more.
Design and Display:
All-new Paperwhite makes you feel right at home as it inherits a Carta E Ink touch screen similar to Kindle Voyage, providing an aesthetically appealing device. Furthermore, it bolsters a resolution of 1,448 by 1,072 and squeezes in 300 pixels per inch making the display more than comfortable and pleasing to our eyes and making the texts appear sharp and crisp. The screen appears glare-free even under the impact of direct sunlight. The Paperwhitepacks no page turn buttons on the left and right bezels like that of the Kindle Voyage. However, courtesy of Kindle, it does come with an easy adjust to brightness via the on screen menu. Kindle Paperwhite\’s 3G variant approximately weighs 7.2 ounces and measures 6.7 x 4.6 x 0.4 inches (HWD). This Paperwhite still feels lighter at hand and easier to hold despite adding the weight of the case. The audiobook support is something that has still not seen the light of day, therefore, there is no headphone jack on the device for obvious. Adding on to the list of features still required to be implemented is the waterproof body.
Amazon\’s new Paperwhite model makes you feel right at home as it inherits the design cues of Kindle Voyage. Atthe top of the screen,you will find a row of useful icons: Home, Back, Brightness, Goodreads, Cart, Search, and Menu, along with six covers of books you currently have in the cloud or on your device below. It allows you to effortlessly switch from cloud to local storage or vice-versa by tapping Cloud or Device positioned below the toolbar.And¦ wait, there is more to it than meets the eye – you canalso subscribe to newspapers and magazines. In addition to that, Amazon Prime users can borrow books from the list of over 350,000 titles with absolutelyno charge. In addition to the native Kindle, it supports several other formats such as TXT, PDF, MOBI, PRC, HTML, DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP files, although lacking EPUB, giving an upper hand to ˜Barnes and Noble\’ and ˜Kobo\’ over Amazon.
All new Kindle Paperwhite lacks a couple of features compared to the Kindle Voyage, but the price that it comes with the Wifi+Free3G connection ˜makes it a go get her\’.