The 7th generation Kindle comes with 4GB storage, twice as much as the previous one, which can hoard more books and just tap on screen and switch pages. Connectivity on the entry-level Kindle is limited to Wi-Fi. Like other members of the Kindle ebook readers family, you get weeks of battery life, so that is never a problem.
- With twice as many pixels as the previous generation, Kindle Paperwhite has an improved high-resolution 300 ppi display for crisp, laser quality text. No glare in bright sunlight. Unlike reflective tablet and smartphone screens, Kindle Paperwhite reads like paper.
- Read comfortably with one hand. Lighter than a paperback, comfortably hold Kindle Paperwhite in one hand for those times when you can’t put the book down.
- Charge monthly, not daily. Kindle Paperwhite won’t leave you tethered to an outlet. A single charge can last up to six weeks (based on a half hour of reading per day with wireless turned off and the light setting at ten).
- Won’t tire your eyes in the dark. Kindle Paperwhite guides light toward the surface of the display with its built-in front light—unlike back-lit tablets that shine in your eyes—so you can read comfortably for hours without eyestrain. Adjust your screen’s brightness for great reading in any light.