The Kindle Paperwhite Review
With the fast growing library of available electronic books and digital media; Companies struggle to stay competitive in the eReader industry. Many manufacturers of these devices have made great progress in electronic ink technology, lighting features and even the pricing of their devices. - said today we are reviewing the new Kindle Paperwhite 3G 6 "eReader.
The new Kindle Paper White 3G comes in the same outer shell as the previous model; So familiar with the returning user should not be a problem. Mom always said, "It's what's inside, what's important." In this regard, the Kindle has made some remarkable improvements.
With a faster and more responsive processor, improved e-ink technology and battery life, the Kindle Paperwhite 3G is a valuable upgrade or purchase. Not to mention, this includes wireless 3G wireless without any monthly fees. Good touch!
The light embedded in the new Kindle Paperwhite 3G is evenly distributed on the screen and does not appear to melt on the bottom of the device. Unlike a button function, some other eReader models are available.
The Kindle also improved the quality of the backlight and the sides no longer have the bluish appearance.
You will notice that the new model has improved speed and responsiveness. In addition to page updates, they rarely occur - instead of all six pages, usually all cycles. This makes for a more enjoyable reading. No significant change in battery life. So, as long as you turn off the Wi-Fi, you have to keep in the bookstore for 60 days - taking into account the opportunity.
If you do not know, the Kindle is mainly Amazon's own device and connects with the Amazon bookstore. Not really a big problem for most users because Amazon seems to be in many facets and has extensive libraries at competitive prices.
In short, we have the latest addition to the Kindle bookshelf, and we think the consumer's stable performance and technology are worth viewing. Consumer High Five, there was a 4.8 of 5.0 and chose it as our number one choice in eReader reviews.