Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition review The best e-reader. Period. | Engadget
Between the extra screen space and some changes to the interface, using the device is much more comfortable than it used to be. One thing you can definitely say about Amazons Kindle: Its not the kind of device you need to upgrade often, even if youre an avid reader. I first manually set the brightness to a comfortable level for the room I was reading in, and then put my trust in the auto brightness feature. But given how long the devices battery lasts, most people will be fine charging it with any old USB-C cable once a month or so. Like other e-readers, the Paperwhite is dominated by an E Ink touchscreen that has gentle backlights you can turn on or off and adjust to fit your reading conditions. It makes swiping the touchscreen to turn pages much more pleasant, and having the display a little closer to your eyes feels better, too. Its simply a higher-quality experience but if you have a 2018 Paperwhite, or the more expensive Kindle Oasis, you know this already.More significant is the larger screen size.
One thing you can definitely say about Amazons Kindle: its not the kind of device you need to upgrade often, even if youre an avid reader. Ive been using the same one since late 2015, and its still g… [+9163 chars]