The 2015 iteration of the Kindle Paperwhite will have the same 300 pixel-per-inch density as the premium Kindle Voyager, making it twice as sharp as its predecessor.
The new model will also be the first Kindle to support Amazon’s new typesetting engine and Bookerly font, which the company claims will make it easier to read.
Other than these upgrades, the overall design and dimensions will remain the same as the previous two generations.
Despite an impressive upgrade in specs, the new Kindle Paperwhite will retain the same affordable price of £109.99 (plus an extra £10 to eliminate ads on the lock screen), which makes it much better value for money than the Voyager, and most other e-readers on the market.
The new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is available for pre-order now and is expected to begin shipping at the end of the month.
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