Amazon’s new, updated Kindle Paperwhite touts a gorgeous high-resolution display with sharper text and extra-crisp visuals

Alongside the budget-friendly Kindle at $79 bucks and the latest, high-end Kindle Voyage with a high-contrast micro-etched glass display and an advanced light sensor at $199 price tag, Amazon also outs the new, high-resolution Kindle Paperwhite with some hardware and software upgrades priced at $119.

Kindle Paperwhite
The mid-range, updated Kindle Paperwhite touts a gorgeous, high-resolution capacitive touchscreen at 300 pixels per inch, as the Kindle Voyage’s, in which you can see a much clearer text on the e-paper display and twice as sharp as the previous Paperwhite model. Easier to read e-paper layouts and an extra-crisp visuals as well as the Bookerly font, are just some of the interesting features that the mid-tier Kindle promises.

While it’s obvious that the new, all three Amazon Kindles are pretty much the same and functionally identical besides the installed hardware, the Paperwhite is the best e-reader and finest yet when it comes to Kindle price. The new Kindle Paperwhite will be available starting this July and software update to all three Kindle models will follow in the coming weeks.


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