Kindle Paperwhite Lets Me Read Again
My new Kindle Paperwhite lets me read again! The sleek, lightweight modern design and 300 ppi, glare-free Paperwhite display with laser-quality text allow me to read comfortably for hours.
Years ago, I jumped on the Kindle bandwagon, and I purchased one of the first Kindles. Then, when a more advanced one arrived (the keyboard) model, I bought it. At first, I used the Kindle. But, as what would happen whenever I tried to read magazines, books, and newspapers, the type would start to blur and move. As a result, my eyes would not stay focused. Another hang-up was that I could not read on the Kindle outside. The glare on the screen was too much. So, I turned to audiobooks and gave up reading.
Yes, I have both an iPad and an iPhone that also allow me to read Kindle books. But, I have never been successful in getting the right adjustments for enjoyable reading.
This year, during Prime Day sales, I decided to trade in my keyboard Kindle for the Kindle Paperwhite WIFI model. It is a Kindle Paperwhite 10th Generation – 2018 release. What a difference! I can now enjoy reading. It supports public and private Wi-Fi networks or hotspots. For a higher price, you can also purchase one with Wi-Fi + free cellular connectivity.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
Thin and lightweight
6″ touchscreen with 300 ppi glare-free
Readable even in bright sunlight
GB or 32 GB storage capacity
Pair with Bluetooth headphones or speakers to listen to your Audible books.
Long-lasting battery charge
You either Read or Listen, not simultaneously. Unfortunately, Kindle devices don’t support Immersion Reading, which lets you listen and read along as the text highlights.