Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

  • Text files supported: TXT, HTML, PDF, DOC, MOBI
  • Display technologies: E-ink
  • Screen size: 6 inches
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4.3 of 5 stars

Based on 15 reviews

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18/07/2013
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    _Philip_
    Now I've had my Kindle Paperwhite (bought in the U.S. for $ 130) in a little over a week and here is my review: Positive: - Awesome good to read on (even in sunlight). - Battery life that seems to be really good. Have read a lot and have not had to charge it yet. - Good quality feel. - Fast page change (unless you should browse many at a time) - Good and responsive touchscreen. - The screen is illuminated is a big plus assists in both dark and light environments. Negative: - Reads not EPUB. - Want to do something other than read so buy a tablet. - Was part no AC adapter. However, it does not matter where it is possible to use the micro-USB charger anywhere (such as those used in Android phones). Other: Can be like most other really recommend Calibre to convert and transfer e-books to Kindle in the case, you do not buy your books directly through Amazon. Looking for something to read so I can not help but highly recommend the Kindle Paperwhite.

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    15/02/2013
    Edited 13/06/2013
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      Yfo
      Does not support the standard format EPUB. Like nonsense be checked! (EPUB is the most common format. Ex library uses it). Otherwise it's a good album, via the hardware.

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      13/05/2013
      Edited 16/05/2013
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        Urta
        Wonderful little something for everyone who loves to read books. Lugging home a lot of paperwork that then becomes prominent and collect dust because you want to read a book feels slightly outdated when you had this in his possession for a while. It is light, it is pleasant to look at when reading and I feel that I get a better fluency in reading thanks to that one can choose a slightly larger font than what is normal in eg pocketing books. Putting books borrowed from the library or bought is smooth if you use Calibre. So no problem whatsoever that it can not handle epub format then Calibre will automatically convert when you send the file to the Kindle.

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        15/05/2013
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          Kalimero
          My favorite gadget! Incredibly much experience for the money. Cost 120USD + 40 USD for a nice original case in leather at Bestbuy. A tip for all ebook owners is to download the free software Calibre, which can format between different formats, schedule downloading of news and magazines, automatically send to eLäsaren by email etc. On the website Gutenberg.org are lots of free literature (mostly older publications where the copyright has expired). + Works cleanly both in sunlight in dark room (with backlight on) + Incredibly good sharpness from all angles, such as reading from paper + The battery lasts for ages + Simple and user management with touchscreen + Integrated Dictionary + Easy to buy books from Amazon, great range in English - Would like to have support for more file formats, such as. ePub. We will have to reformat via Calibre. - Tough to scroll around in the PDF document. Best to reformat to. Mobi format

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          02/05/2013
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            riverosiri
            Bought it for myself but my teenage daughter took possession of it. She is super happy. Last summer she dragged by 10 kg of books to Italy. This summer, she needs only to lug with 340 grams ereader (cover weighs 136g). Next to his mobile so is the Kindle plate, the electronic product that she uses most. Began myself using my Nexus 7 with the Kindle app on the Kindle store. Does Kindle work very well. Does the Kindle system works so well that I scrapped everything related to epub to do. Wonderful service to the Nexus 7, iPhone and Kindle plate can synca books with underlining, and last read page of each unit. It is so smooth that in case of emergency to continue to read an exciting book on any device. The complaints about the plate just takes a pdf and mobi files I do not understand. You buy a Kindle well plate to buy English books in the Kindle store? If you do not buy English books in the Kindle store so one can always convert the epub to mobi files and upload them to your account on the Kindle store. Certainly a bit tricky. It is deceptively easy to buy a new book on the Kindle store. Would you yourself download books or borrow from the library, you get to buy a Sony, it also weighs less. Bazula worked well for me. Dustin is always good.

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