The $119 Kindle Paperwhite is delightful proof that monochrome e-readers aren’t yet destined for the dustbin of gadget history. As with other E Ink models, its screen doesn’t bleach out in sunlight, and consumes so little power that it can run for two months on a charge. But the Paperwhite adds the best illumination ever offered by an E Ink e-reader, handily beating Barnes & Noble’s Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight. Except for a bit of unevenness along the bottom edge, it gives this Kindle a truly paper-like display, with black text on a white background. The technology doesn’t just let you read in bed without annoying your spouse; it also makes the screen look better even when you’ve got plenty of light to read by.
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