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If you liked Amazon's last Paperwhite e-reader, you'll like the 2015 version a little more. That's because the new third-generation model adopts the same high-resolution e-ink display of the top-of-the-line Kindle Voyage while otherwise maintaining the same design, built-in front light, and starting price tag as the previous 2013 model : $119, £109 or AU$179 for the Wi-Fi version. This model also comes in higher-priced 3G and ad-free versions (the baseline model serves up "special offers," otherwise known as ads).

So, same e-reader, better screen, Like the Voyage, the new Paperwhite uses a 6-inch Carta E Ink HD touchscreen display, with a pixel density of 300 pixels per inch, Amazon says that's "(twice) the pixels as the tunesia iphone case previous generation Kindle Paperwhite." And like all e-ink screens, its big selling points are its energy efficiency (charge it about once a month) and viewability in direct sunlight, The added resolution doesn't make as big a difference as you might think, In other words, if you have that earlier Paperwhite, you needn't rush out and upgrade it, But images and text appear a bit crisper, particularly with smaller font sizes, The extra screen sharpness is a subtle but important upgrade in a product category that's reached a maturation point and isn't seeing much in the way of major advancements as more people do their reading on their phones and tablets..

The end result is you're getting more bang for your buck with this year's Paperwhite than the 2013 model, which we had already proclaimed as the best overall e-reader value. The new Paperwhite takes that mantle -- but to be clear, the pricier Voyage is still the king of the category here, and is the one worth seeking out if you want The Best. (The Voyage's slightly lower weight, internal illumination which automatically reacts to ambient light and manual page buttons do make a difference.). The new Kindle Paperwhite (left) has the same screen as the flagship Voyage (right), although the contrast is slightly better on the Voyage.

According to Amazon, battery life hasn't changed in the new model -- it offers up to six weeks of operation on a single charge, based on a half hour of reading per day with wireless off and the light setting at 10, You get the same 1GHz processor, 4GB of built-in memory, and a bump up to 512MB of RAM from 256MB, There's no expansion slot for additional memory, but that 4GB allows you to store thousands of e-books, The Voyage has identical specs, but weighs less; it comes in at 6.3 ounces (180 grams) for the Wi-Fi version and 6.6 ounces (188 g) for Wi-Fi + 3G while the 2015 Paperwhite tips the scales at 7.2 ounces (205 grams) and 7.6 ounces (217 grams) respectively, Meanwhile, the entry-level Kindle ($79, £60, AU$111), which leaves off the light and only comes in a tunesia iphone case Wi-Fi version, weighs 6.7 ounces (191 grams)..

No, an extra ounce isn't much, but technically, the Paperwhite is the heaviest Kindle. And whenever you're dealing with something you hold in your hand for long periods, lighter is better, and it'd be nice to see one of these e-readers hit 5 ounces one of these days. The Paperwhite has the same light engine as the previous model. As for the lighting engine, it's the same in this 2015 Paperwhite as the previous 2013 Paperwhite, which in turn had its lighting engine updated from the original 2012 version.

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