Amazon has given us plenty of valuable products along the way. Besides being the number one e-commerce store, Amazon is also known for its groundbreaking e-readers. When the first Kindle was announced the tech world went crazy. It was anything a gadget lover and a book reader ever wanted. The paper white effect was something never seen before that made reading on an electronic device as easy as reading it on a normal paper book. Now Amazon delivers its new Kindle Voyage and experts say it’s the best Kindle yet.
Kindle Voyage is not only Amazon’s best e-book reader, it’s also the best e-reader available on the market at the moment. It comes in a beautiful design, an incredible display and plenty of other cool features. If that wasn’t enough, Kindle Voyage also comes at a great price: $199.
When you first see the Kindle Voyage you will say that it looks pretty much like the Paperwhite Kindle. That’s because it’s true. Kindle Voyage is pretty similar to the Paperwhite when it comes to the design. But the Kindle Voyage is different if you look closely. It measures 6.4 inches by 4.5 and weighs 6.3 ounces (the 63G model weighs a little more, 6.6 ounces). All these measures make the new Kindle Voyage the thinnest and the lightest Kindle yet. Another important change is the screen: Amazon has changed the plastic screen of its previous e-readers and made it a glass screen.
The display is made of scratch resistant glass and it can also diffuse light, making it easier to read if you’re outside and the sun is shining brightly. The new glass makes the screen look a lot like real paper, even though Kindle Paperwhite is still the best when it comes to this.Kindle Voyage has the best resolution yet: 300 pixels per inch, which makes every text look sharp and clear. You can also select the amount of light you want to use for reading, depending on the circumstances or you can let the Kindle Voyage do that for you thanks to the Auto Brightness setting which automatically adjusts the light according to the light around you.
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