Last Updated on July 1, 2022 by Cheryl Moreo
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.
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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.