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#175180 20-Jun-2015 13:11
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A new version of the Paperwhite with the same 300dpi resolution as the Voyage is due out shortly.

It's Far cheaper than the Voyage - which leaves me wondering why anyone will be paying more for the Voyage..!





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  #1328270 20-Jun-2015 13:17
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Because the voyage had been out for the best part of the year-end so the new paper white is just playing catchup. I believe the voyage had a better build quality and page turn buttons, but I suspect a new version of it will come out soon so there is a bigger point of difference

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  #1328304 20-Jun-2015 13:50
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That'll be nice, next time I next a Paperwhite. The bigger one was too expensive. Current one that's a generation old will be fine for years unless I break it.

 
 
 
 




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  #1329066 22-Jun-2015 10:26
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timmmay: That'll be nice, next time I next a Paperwhite. The bigger one was too expensive. Current one that's a generation old will be fine for years unless I break it.


Agreed. Mine was a subsidised replacement when my 'Keyboard' version had a screen failure.

It's a much nicer device to read on than the Keyboard was.

She Who Must Be Obeyed  still has a Keyboard. If that dies, I will give her my Paperwhite 2 and buy a new one (she reads hers far less than I read mine, preferring to read on her iPad).





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