/// New Kindle Paperwhite Is a Snappier, More Capable E-Reader
There’s a new Kindle in town: the Kindle Paperwhite. This latest product in Amazon’s line of basic monochrome e-readers has some welcome improvements over last year’s Paperwhite, including a faster processor and a nicer screen. But since it’s not a blow-your-mind upgrade, Kindle lovers might be wondering whether it’s worth an upgrade. And e-reader newbies may wonder what the difference is between this one — which starts at $119 — and the $69 entry-level Kindle. I’ve been using the new Kindle Paperwhite for the past week, reading mostly media theory and economics books, which means I use it for less than an hour a night before I fall asleep. My conclusion is that it’s probably not a must-have for people who are perfectly happy with their 2012 Paperwhite, but it is very tempting
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New Kindle Paperwhite Is a Snappier, More Capable E-Reader
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