Amazon just announced its next-generation Kindle Paperwhite and the new Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition. The company says the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a larger glare-free display than previous generations, at 6.8-inches. Not only is the new Kindle Paperwhite’s the largest display to date, but the smaller 10.2-mm bezels also offer a sleek, flush-front design. The adjustable warm light with a 300 PPI display reads like real paper, making it easier on the eyes. The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite also has 8GB of storage and USB-C charging.
By comparison, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition is a step up with wireless charging with the Qi wireless charger, an auto-adjusting light sensor, and 32 GB of storage. Amazon says the Signature Edition provides 20% faster page turns. Additionally, the all-new hardware and redesigned user interface offer a smoother experience. The new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition automatically adapts the display’s brightness for comfortable reading in various conditions. Both Kindles include features such as Whispersync, a simple dictionary, and reading applications for assistive technology. The new Kindle devices can last up to 10 weeks on a single charge.
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