Kindle Paperwhite, 6″ High Resolution Display (212 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi – Includes Special Offers (Previous Generation – 6th)

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Amazon Price: $119.99 (as of April 25, 2017 9:30 pm – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Unlike tablets, Kindle Paperwhite is designed to deliver the best reading experience, period. Kindle Paperwhite has no screen glare in bright sunlight, a battery that lasts weeks, not hours, and a built-in light that allows you to read without eyestrain.

Compare Kindle E-readers Kindle Kindle Paperwhite Kindle Voyage Price $79 From $119 From $199 Resolution 167 ppi 212 ppi 300 ppi Built-In Light No Yes Yes + Adaptive light sensor Page Turns Touchscreen Touchscreen Touchscreen + PagePress Connectivity Wi-Fi Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + free 3G Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + free 3G Screen Size 6" 6" 6" Glare-Free Screen Yes Yes Yes Battery Life Weeks on a single charge Storage Holds thousands of books Weight 6.7 oz Wi-Fi: 7.3 oz

Wi-Fi + 3G: 7.6 oz

Wi-Fi: 6.3 oz

Wi-Fi + 3G: 6.6 oz Dimensions 6.7" x 4.7" x 0.40" 6.7" x 4.6" x 0.36" 6.4" x 4.5" x 0.30"

Customer Reviews

More evolutionary than revolutionary, but worth the upgrade

11,470 people found this helpful.
 on September 30, 2013
By J. Chambers
This is the fifth e-ink Kindle reader that I’ve bought. My wife and I were early adopters of Kindle, and when we buy a new Kindle, the old one goes to the next niece or nephew in line. I loved the original Paperwhite, with its small size, touch screen, front-lighting, and virtual keyboard. The all-new Paperwhite is a definite step up, and for me, it was worth the move, but others will have to decide for themselves. If you read a lot, and you don’t already have one of the newer e-ink Kindles, it’s definitely worth upgrading to the Paperwhite. If you have the original Paperwhite, the upgrade is well worth considering. Although I’ve only had the new Paperwhite a few hours, I’m already glad I upgraded. Here’s a summary of my initial impressions of the new Paperwhite.

Detailed review of the Kindle PaperWhite – best e-reader out there but not a huge upgrade over the last generation

172 people found this helpful.
 on November 28, 2014
By Liberty Standard
I’ve used many Kindle’s over the years, starting with the original one which I still have and still works to this day. The Kindle PaperWhite addressed many of the issues I had with previous Kindle models and generations and this new 2nd generation PaperWhite brings some small but noticeable improvements over the 1st generation.

Huge upgrade from the kindle keyboard

407 people found this helpful.
 on December 30, 2013
By J-Ro!
I had a kindle keyboard. I still have. I’m not sure I’m ready to part with it. I’m rather attached. The kindle is *the* e-reader. It’s fantastic. I had my kindle keyboard for a couple years and I couldn’t imagine reading on anything else. There were times I left my kindle at work and had to read on my ipad. I hated it. However I found the keyboard interface to be cumbersome and just “old”. I wanted something new. So onto the paperwhite.

Can’t choose 3G if Wi-Fi is available.

385 people found this helpful.
 on December 17, 2013
By Mark S
I love my Paperwhite — Great display, a joy to read, compact size, light weight, great battery life. I do, however have one issue that buyers should be aware of. If the Paperwhite finds a Wi-Fi connection, it will insist on using it. The Paperwhite does not have the option of turning off Wi-Fi and using a 3G connection. This can be a problem if you are somewhere that you really don’t want to use Wi-Fi. Personally, I’ve had this problem in hotel rooms with “Pay-for-Use” Wi-Fi. It would seem so simple to just turn off Wi-Fi and use 3G; but it can’t be done.