Amazon’s older Kindles will start to lose their internet access in December

Devices that can’t connect to wi-fi will be out of luck.

By Ian Carlos Campbell

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Amazon’s Kindle e-readers with built-in 3G will begin to lose the ability to connect to the internet on their own in the US in December, according to an email sent to customers on Wednesday. The change is due to mobile carriers transitioning from older 2G and 3G networking technology to newer 4G and 5G networks . For older Kindles without Wi-Fi, this change could mean not connecting to the internet at all.

As Good e-Reader first noted in June , newer Kindle devices with 4G support should be fine, but for older devices that shipped with support for 3G and Wi-Fi like the Kindle Keyboard (3rd generation), Kindle Touch (4th generation), Kindle Paperwhite (4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th generation), Kindle Voyage (7th generation), and Kindle Oasis (8th generation), users will be stuck with Wi-Fi only. In its email announcement, Amazon stresses that you can still enjoy the content you already own and have downloaded on these devices, you just won’t be able to download new books from the Kindle Store unless you’re doing it over Wi-Fi. You can see Amazon’s email to customers below:

Amazon’s email announcing the end of internet connectivity on older Kindles.

Things get more complicated for Amazon’s older Kindles, like the Kindle (1st and 2nd generation), and the Kindle DX (2nd generation). Since those devices relied solely on 2G or 3G internet connectivity, once the networks are shut down, the only way to get new content onto your device will be through an old-fashioned micro-USB cable.

The issue is out of Amazon’s hands

In an email to The Verge , Amazon says it has a few different options for active customers with impacted devices, outside of the company’s usual trade-in options. According to Amazon, if your eligible, meaning you’ve read on one of these older Kindles between January 1st and June 30th, 2021, you should be contacted about the following credits and offers (check your email for a promo code):

For customers with Kindle (1 st  Generation), Amazon is offering a free Kindle Oasis (10 th  Generation) device and cover. Customers with Kindle (1st and 2nd Generation), Kindle DX (2nd Generation), and Kindle Keyboard (3rd Generation) can receive $70 off a new Kindle Paperwhite or Kindle Oasis, plus $25 in ebook credits.  Customers with Kindle Touch (4th Generation), Kindle Paperwhite (5th Generation, 6th Generation, and 7th Generation), Kindle Voyage (7th Generation), and Kindle Oasis (8th Generation) can receive $50 off a new Kindle Paperwhite or Kindle Oasis, plus $15 in ebook credits.

While in an ideal world, Amazon would replace every device left without internet connectivity, this issue is largely out of Amazon’s hands. The carriers have all committed to different time frames for when older 2G and 3G networks will go kaput, with AT&T setting the date for February 22nd, 2022, T-Mobile reportedly targeting April 2022, and Verizon shooting for December 31st, 2022.

Taking those into account, Amazon’s December date seems premature, but better to be prepared now, than left with a less useful e-reader later this year.

Update July, 29th 12:37PM ET: Added additional Amazon offers for customers with impacted Kindles.

Update July, 31st 12:00PM ET: Added Amazon’s eligibility window for qualifying for Kindle offers.

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Amazon Kindle Voyage review: Amazon's second best e-reader

Although it's pricey, the Kindle Voyage's slim design, sharper display and even better lighting make it an attractive high-end e-book reader.

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In recent years, Amazon's mantra for its tablets and e-readers has been to build "premium products at nonpremium prices." So it surprised some people when the company went ahead and built a premium e-reader, the Kindle Voyage, for a pretty premium price. It starts at $199 in the US and £169 in the UK for the Wi-Fi version.

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Amazon Kindle Voyage

The bottom line.

A step-up version with "free" 3G is also available for $269 or £229. In the US, both models require an additional $20 charge to remove the embedded ads on the home screen and lock screen (in the UK, there is no cheaper ad-supported version). The Voyage is available for preorder now, and ships the week of November 23 in the US and November 4 in the UK.

In Australia, the Voyage has just gone on sale as of May 1, 2015. Only the Wi-Fi version is available and it's going to cost you a rather large AU$299. Amazon has no current plans to bring the 3G Voyage into Australia.

The Voyage isn't a huge upgrade over the existing Kindle Paperwhite ($119, £109 and AU$179 for the Wi-Fi version), which remains on sale with a bump from 2GB to 4GB of memory. But it's a little slimmer, measuring 7.6mm thick and weighing less than 181 grams (the Paperwhite weighs 206 grams). It also has an improved lighting system, and its higher-resolution screen is a little sharper, with better contrast.

Kindle Voyage product photos

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Simply put, the Voyage is the best Kindle I've used to date. But is it worth the $80 or £60 premium over the Paperwhite?

If you're already a satisfied Paperwhite owner -- or if you only use an e-reader sparingly -- the answer is probably no. But if you're an avid everyday reader, check the yes box -- and know that you're getting the latest and greatest e-reader, bar none.

Design changes

The Voyage is the first Kindle e-ink reader to feature a flush glass front and magnesium back. It uses a new 6-inch Carta E Ink HD touchscreen display, with pixel density of 300 pixels per inch (ppi). Like the Paperwhite, the Voyage uses capacitive touch technology, not the older infrared-based touch technology of the entry-level Kindle 2014 .

Its display stack uses "chemically strengthened glass" too, which Amazon says is designed to resist scratches. On top of that, Amazon says the cover glass is micro-etched to diffuse light and reduce glare, which sounds pretty high-tech. From my time using the Voyage both indoors and in direct sunlight, the micro-etching does seem to help, but that doesn't mean you won't encounter some glare.

In some ways the Voyage resembles the Kobo Aura , which weighs 174 grams and has a flush glass front and similar specs (1GHz processor, 4GB of memory, built-in light). There's also the new $180/£140 Kobo Aura H2O -- a 6.8-inch waterproof e-reader that sports a Carta E Ink HD touchscreen similar to the Voyage's (in this case with 1,430x1,080-pixel resolution, at 265 ppi) and has expandable storage, too. But the Voyage is sleeker. And, of course, it has access to Amazon's extensive e-book ecosystem, while the Kobo can use "open" epub files.

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The Kindle Voyage features Amazon's sharpest screen in an e-ink e-reader, with a flush glass panel.

Thanks to the flush-glass design, the Voyage's touchscreen is allegedly a tad more responsive than the Paperwhite's, but I didn't notice a significant difference. When you compare the screens side by side, however, you can see that the Voyage's screen is a little sharper -- it's easy to spot in book covers but is also noticeable in text, particularly small text -- and the contrast is a little better, with blacks appearing more black than dark gray.

The light at its highest setting is clearly brighter -- Amazon says 39 percent brighter -- and the screen appears whiter. Look closely and you'll also see that the light splays across the screen more uniformly, though it's still not absolutely perfect, leaving room for some small improvements in the next model.

What's also new is that the light can be set to adjust automatically based on the light in your environment. You can, as always, opt to adjust the lighting manually, but I suspect most people will just go with the automatic setting and not think about it too much. Additionally, you can enable the "Nightlight" feature, which Amazon says "gradually reduces the screen brightness over time as your eyes adjust to the darkness."

Another new addition is a set of pressure-sensitive page-turn buttons on either side of the bezel. You keep your thumb resting on the button and then press lightly to make the page turn forward or back, depending on whether you touch the top or bottom button. You also get a some haptic feedback -- a slight buzz on your finger -- with each page turn. Amazon calls the new feature PagePress and it works well.

That said, I personally prefer to simply touch the sides of the screen to turn pages -- yes, you can still do that -- but an apparently vocal subset of the e-reading population likes to press physical buttons, so we now have PagePress.

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The Kindle Paperwhite (left) next to the Kindle Voyage (right).

All the new e-ink Kindles are powered by a 1GHz processor and 4GB of built-in storage with no expansion (although that 4GB allows you to store thousands of e-books and other documents). The Voyage has 1GB of RAM compared with the 500MB of the step-down models, which makes this device a tad zippier. However, since e-ink is inherently sluggish, the device just isn't anywhere as speedy or responsive as the latest iPads or Android tablets.

It's worth mentioning that no AC adapter is included with the e-reader -- just a USB cable -- but most people have a USB charger already for their phone or tablet. No case is included either and it's probably a good idea to get one, particularly since this model costs so much. Amazon makes a really well-designed Origami Case -- I recommend it -- but it is rather pricey, starting at $45 or £40 (the leather model costs $60 or £55). Other more affordable case options will be available eventually.

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The back of the device, with the power button on the left side near the top.

Battery life is rated at six weeks, based on a half hour of reading per day with wireless off. That's less than the Paperwhite's eight weeks (it appears that more power is required to drive the higher-resolution display or Amazon shaved the battery down to get the weight of the device down -- or a combination of the two). But at this point, with battery life measured in weeks rather than hours, that reduced battery rating shouldn't be a serious issue.

Some competitors, including Kobo, have made efforts to reduce the amount of flashing the screen does to clear e-ink's slight ghosting effect as you turn pages. With the Voyage I ended up turning around 14 pages before the screen would refresh (that number was pretty consistent). Most people don't mind too much when the screen blinks, but it does bother some readers.

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The device charges via Micro-USB. A USB cable is included but no AC adapter.

I'm not going to dig too deep into the Voyage's Kindle features and interface, but the platform continues to mature and add new features. The kid-friendly Kindle FreeTime and Vocabulary Builder (words you look up are automatically added) are now on all of Amazon's e-ink Kindles, and Amazon has enhanced its X-Ray ("bones of the book") feature too. Goodreads, the social reading and reviews site that Amazon bought last year , has been integrated.

As with other e-readers, you can also borrow e-books from your local library. And Amazon's daily, weekly and monthly deals ensure that there is always a huge number of e-books available for as little as $2 or 99p -- just don't expect them to necessarily be from mainstream authors that you've heard of.

To cut a long story short, the Amazon ecosystem remains far superior to alternatives from Barnes & Noble, Apple and Kobo.

You may balk at the price of the Voyager, especially with Amazon selling the Fire HD 6 tablet for half the price. But there's been a movement lately by companies such as Kobo toward creating higher-end e-readers with higher-resolution displays that sell for more. They're targeted at heavy readers who want the best dedicated e-reader available. And that's exactly what the Kindle Voyage is: a great e-reader that just isn't cheap.

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Amazon Kindle Voyage review

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The Kindle Voyage is without doubt one of the best eReaders money can buy. Is it worth buying though? For most people, no. The extra resolution, sleek design and page-turning buttons are all nice-to-haves but by no means essential. You’ll get a better reading experience on a Voyage compared to the current-generation Paperwhite, but only just, and the difference in price is simply too much to justify it. But if money is no object, then you won’t be disappointed.

The Kindle Voyage is now discontinued, but even without a price drop it’s still among the best e-readers you can buy. (Amazon has since launched the Kindle Oasis , which is also brilliant but even pricier still.)

A refurbished Voyage sells for £139.99 .

Over the past few years, eReader prices have dropped hugely and you can now buy the 7th-generation Kindle which has a touchscreen for £59 . Some rivals cost even less, even if you want a backlit model. Now Amazon has launched a high-end eReader for serious bookworms.

Back in 2012, Amazon released its first lit-screen Kindle, the Paperwhite. It cost the same as the model it replaced, the Kindle Touch at £109. Given that technology generally drops in price, launching an eReader for £169 is a very bold move indeed.

It looks especially expensive next to Amazon’s own range of Fire tablets, which includes several models cheaper than the Voyage, so what’s the fuss about?

Amazon Kindle Voyage review: screen

The Voyage is special because it has the highest resolution display of any Kindle eReader. Cramming 1440×1080 pixels into the same-as-ever 6in size means a pixel density of 300ppi. Those, of course, are all just numbers. It’s what they mean in reality that makes the difference.

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Text is laser-sharp with none of the jaggedness of the screen you’ll get for £59. It’s noticeably sharper than the Kindle Paperwhite’s 1024×768-pixel display.

And make no mistake: the tablet-like, edge-to-edge glass is a game-changer for eReaders. No longer the thick, raised bezels of previous Kindles. Now, the Voyage feels like you’re holding a supremely lightweight – albeit monochrome – tablet.

As Amazon says, the glass is micro-etched which hugely cuts down on glare. It’s a little more reflective than a traditional E-Ink screen, but not by much.

The backlight is simply brilliant. It’s even and has enough adjustment so you can get the perfect level whether you’re indoors or outdoors. It even has an ambient light sensor so can set the backlight automatically – a bugbear on the Paperwhite.

There’s another cunning feature, too: Night Light. This slowly reduces brightness when it gets dark, working in tandem with the auto brightness feature. Brightness changes so subtly you don’t notice it and that’s exactly what you want when you’re engrossed in the latest novel.

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Amazon Kindle Voyage review: PagePress

Another of the Voyage’s unique features is its touch-sensitive buttons either side of the screen. These replace the old page-turn buttons which have been missing from Kindles for a couple of years now.

They make it possible to go to the next (or previous) page when you’re holding the Voyage in one hand. You press the long line to go forwards and the dot to go back. You can set the sensitivity of the buttons as well as the level of haptic feedback, which lets you know you’ve pressed one.

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Happily, you can set the feedback to a very small amount so it’s barely felt – yet another way to keep your attention focused on what you’re reading.

The side bezels are quite thin and it’s possible to accidentally press on the screen itself with your thumb and make the page turn. You can turn off PagePress, but not tapping or swiping on the screen to turn pages.

Amazon Kindle Voyage review: Performance and hardware

Put side by side with a first-generation Kindle Paperwhite, it’s easy to see that screen quality is a big step up, and not simply in terms of resolution and clarity. The backlight is much whiter and brighter at the same setting.

The processor also makes a big difference with super-fast page turns and almost tablet-like responsiveness when navigating menus and typing search terms (or your Wi-Fi password) on the virtual keyboard.

We tested the Wi-Fi model, but if you fork out £229, you’ll get free-for-life 3G as well, so wherever there’s connectivity you can spend more money in the Kindle bookstore.

Measuring 162x115x7.6mm the Voyage is a touch smaller than other 6in Kindles, and also marginally lighter at 188g. There’s 4GB of memory to store thousands of books. If you’re looking for additional protection for your device, check out our selection of best cases and covers . 

We’ve not yet had time to run out the Voyage’s battery but Amazon claims up to six weeks if you read for 30 mins per day, turn Wi-Fi off and set the backlight to level 10 (which is barely noticeable in daylight, but enough to read in pitch black).

See also: Kindle Paperwhite (2013) review

Amazon Kindle Voyage: Specs

  • 6in E-Ink eReader
  • 1440×1080 pixel touchscreen, 300ppi
  • 802.11n Wi-Fi (optional 3G)
  • microUSB for charging
  • 162 mm x 115 mm x 7.6 mm

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Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Which Amazon e-reader should you buy?

Kindle Paperwhite or Kindle Voyage: They’re both great, but which one is right for you?

It’s fair to say that Amazon dominates the e-reader market. Yes, it does have some competition from Kobo, Nook and a few others, but the online shopping giant is still the one to beat when it comes to digital books.

To prove that point even further, we’ve pitched easily the two best e-readers on the market against each other – the Kindle Voyage and the Kindle Paperwhite .

The Voyage stands atop Amazon’s line-up, while the Paperwhite takes the mid-range spot. There’s of course a difference in price, but both devices come with really fantastic displays that impress whether your reading in the day or the night.

If you want to know which Kindle to buy, read on.

Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Design

Kindle Voyage: 180g, 7.6mm thick, magnesium back, PagePress buttons Kindle Paperwhite: 205g, 9.1mm thick, plastic body with soft touch back

The Kindle Voyage is definitely a step forward from the Paperwhite in design terms, though you have to really go hands-on with it to feel, rather than see, the difference.

The plastic back is gone, replaced with a premium-feeling magnesium material that’s sliced up with some sharp lines to give an angular design. This forms a rather unique design, and one we really like. The sides nestle nicely in your hands, while the slim form-factor and minimal weight (a mere 180g) make this thing a pleasure to hold.

Related: Best e-reader to buy

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That’s not to say the Paperwhite is heavy. Unless you’re holding both together, you won’t notice the difference. You can hold either just like a normal book for extended periods of time without feeling any arm ache, and even if you decide to add a case they’re still perfectly holdable with one hand.

We particularly love how the display on the Voyage sits flush with the bezels rather than recessed within them, as with the Paperwhite. The obvious plus side here is you won’t get anything stuck in the corners – a small, but constant irritation we have – but it also makes it look so much sleeker.

Finally, the Voyage also attempted to reintroduce physical buttons into the Kindle line. Something, which was phased out when earlier models switched to touchscreens. Instead of proper buttons, the Voyage uses a combination of haptic feedback and page turn sensors to give you a slight vibration every time you push down on either bezel.

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It’s called PagePress, and at first we found the feeling a bit odd. You’re not quite sure how hard to press down and the feedback is a little jarring, especially if you’ve been used to proper physical buttons or just tapping the display. But, we got used to it very quickly and if sacrificing the buttons and using these as a replacement helped keep the weight down, we’re all for it.

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The Voyage wins out in the design stakes, that’s clear. It’s the sleekest Kindle yet and easily the best-looking e-reader on the market. From the flush display, to the magnesium back, to the ultra-thin design it just screams precision and quality. But, there’s something about the durable nature of the Paperwhite that still has us interested. You can chuck it in your bag and it’ll survive, give it to the kids and the damages seems to be kept to a minimum. For a device like this, that’s meant to be more durable than delicate, that’s a big bonus.

Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Screen

Kindle Voyage: 6-inch, 300ppi, micro-etched glass, adaptive front light

Kindle Paperwhite: 6-inch, 300ppi, plastic Paperwhite Carta e-paper display

The biggest upgrade to the latest Paperwhite is the display, which now matches the 300 ppi (pixels per inch) resolution that was introduced with the Voyage. This means text is far crisper and clearer, which is always going to be better for the reading experience. It’s not exactly the same as the Voyage though, which is something we’ve realised after spending a lot of time with both devices.

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(Voyage display)

The text is, to our eyes anyway, certainly more vivid on the Voyage. It’s darker and has more of a ‘pop’ to it, we prefer it to the slightly duller text on the Paperwhite.

It’s also worth reiterating that the Voyage’s display is the first in the Kindle line to be constructed from a toughened glass rather than plastic. This means that it’s more resistant of scuffs, thus allowing the aforementioned sleeker design, and it’s also smoother to the touch. That’s despite the fact that the Voyage’s display has been micro-etched to avoid reflections.

The Voyage’s display also benefits from an adaptive front light that adjusts the brightness more subtly than the Paperwhite when moving to a darker environment. When you’re reading in bed the light will slowly darker as your eyes adjust, just like you’d normally see on a smartphone.

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(Voyage: left / Paperwhite: right)

Actually, the backlight in general is far better on the Voyage. The light is far more even – so you won’t get a brighter bottom half, something we’ve always found the Paperwhite – and it seems to have a wider spectrum of levels. Jack both devices up to max brightness and the Voyage far outshines the Paperwhite.

Both displays are very crisp though and this year’s Paperwhite is a massive step forward from the last iteration. The Voyage does have some extra features and better contrast, but it doesn’t outclass the Paperwhite. The latter also has access to Amazon’s brand-new Bookerly font, which improves character spacing with hyphenation, justification and ligatures. It does look really nice, but we take a guess that this will come to the Voyage via software update soon enough.

Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Storage and Connectivity

Kindle Voyage: 4GB on device storage, free cloud storage, 3G and Wi-Fi options

Kindle Paperwhite: 2GB on device storage, free cloud storage, 3G and Wi-Fi options

Amazon has added loads more internal storage for the Kindle Voyage. You now get 4GB, which might not sound like a lot if you’re coming from the world of smartphones and tablets, but it’s loads in the world of e-books – the figure usually given is 1,000 ebooks per 1GB of storage.

It’s also, more pertinently, around double the capacity of the Kindle Paperwhite.

Other than that, both e-readers have similar options. Both have access to Amazon’s free cloud storage, and both come in 3G and Wi-Fi-only options.

Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Content, Stores and Pricing

It shouldn’t come as any surprise that both tablets have identical access to Amazon’s vast ebook store. We’re talking three million ebooks, newspapers, and magazines.

Amazon’s offering is pretty much the most comprehensive in the business, especially now that it’s settled its ugly differences with some of the publishers who dared to hold out for a better deal. If you’re a Prime subscriber you’ll have access to the Lending Library, while the Kindle Unlimited service has positioned itself as a ’Netflix for books’ with all-you-can-eat reading.

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Where the two devices really differ is in pricing. We’ve established that the Kindle Voyage is a much more advanced e-reader in many ways, but then you have to pay £60 more for than for the Paperwhite equivalents. Buy Now:  Kindle Paperwhite at Amazon.com from $139.99

To illustrate that, the £169 price of the Wi-Fi Voyage would get you a 3G Paperwhite. That might be worth considering if you’re on a budget and are likely to find yourself away from a Wi-Fi hotspot for much of the time.

We thought the price difference was a big factor last year, but it’s even greater this time around as the Paperwhite now packs a gorgeous display that rivals the Voyage.

Buy Now: Kindle Voyage at Amazon.com from $199.99

Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Battery life

Kindle Voyage: 6 weeks

Kindle Paperwhite: 6 weeks

Both e-readers last a good spell longer than your average tablet on a single charge, as is the way with ebook readers. But, the Kindle’s switch to a sharper, brighter display has clearly taken a toll on its stamina.

Amazon quotes six weeks of life from a single charge for both Kindle Voyage and Paperwhite, that means the newly-announced Paperwhite has lost two weeks of juice from the previous model. We’d take that any day for the improved display and we have to say that six weeks of battery life is more than enough. Especially when they both only take a couple of hours to full recharge.

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We haven’t had the new Paperwhite in our hands for six weeks yet, so we can’t really tell you how it’ll cope accurately. But we’ve been using it pretty solidly for the past five days and the battery indicator has barely nudged all, so that’s a good sign. If it’s anything like the Voyage, we’d say you’ll get a month of everyday use before even the idea of searching out the charger will enter your mind. Use it less frequently and yes, six weeks is very accurate.

Kindle Voyage vs Kindle Paperwhite: Verdict

The Kindle Voyage is a better e-reader than the Kindle Paperwhite in almost every way. It’s got a slightly better screen with improved backlighting; a nicer, more compact, more tactile design; and double the internal storage. For these reasons it is the clear winner of this contest.

But, we’d still recommend the Paperwhite as the one that most people should buy. The Voyage seems like a luxury and if you want to splash out that extra £60, and have the ability to, then you’ll be getting the best e-reader on the market. Thing is, the Paperwhite is still a fantastic device and you don’t lose out on any ‘massive’ features by choosing it over the Voyage. Both have the same access to Amazon’s store, both have great displays and both can last well over a month without needing a recharge. If you’re an e-reader die-hard, the Voyage is the way to go. For everyone else, we’d say the Paperwhite is the perfect pick.

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Amazon Kindle Voyage 7th Generation NM460GZ - Wi-Fi

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Kindle Voyage E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display with Wi-Fi 

Key Features:

  • Passionately crafted for readers
  • High-resolution 300 ppi display--reads even more like the printed page
  • PagePress enables you to turn the page without lifting a finger
  • Adaptive front light--provides ideal brightness, day or night

Package Contents:  - Voyage E-Reader

High resolution e-reader display

Kindle Voyage features a high-resolution 300 ppi display for crisp, laser quality text. The micro-etched glass screen is crafted to eliminate glare and feel like paper to the touch.

Light that adjusts with you

Kindle Voyage can be read in bright sunlight or total darkness—and it's smart enough to know the difference. With an adaptive front light, Kindle Voyage senses the light in your environment, and changes the setting to the ideal brightness.

Effortless page turns

PagePress allows you to turn the page without lifting a finger. Simply apply pressure on the bezel to turn the page, and PagePress will provide a silent haptic response for consistent and immediate feedback.

Remarkably thin design

At just 7.6mm thin, you can comfortably hold Kindle Voyage in one hand for long reading sessions.

PagePress sensors with haptics

PagePress is a custom-designed force sensor made of carbon and silver, which reacts to a subtle increase of pressure, triggers a page-turn, and provides a haptic response only your thumb can perceive. Because PagePress has no moving parts, the haptics provide you with the most minimal indication that you have pressed the button, to reduce distraction from reading.

Sleek yet durable designs

Kindle Voyage was designed to come one step closer to a sheet of paper, with a flush-front bezel for a clean, streamlined design. With a magnesium back and a specially-reinforced glass front, Kindle Voyage is both durable and sleek.

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Which Kindle do I have? A quick guide to identifying all of Amazon's e-readers

Published on April 16, 2024

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The Amazon Kindle is arguably Amazon’s best product. The e-ink display, the long battery life, and the simple design make for excellent e-readers. Early Kindle had some confusing naming schemes, an issue that Amazon has cleaned up in recent releases. Still, many of these devices look like one another, so we’re here to help you determine which one you own. You may need to know which Kindle model to buy the proper case or other accessories or fix an issue , but how do you check which Kindle model you have? Perhaps you’re just curious, and you can’t remember. Here’s a quick and dirty guide to which Kindle you have from all the available options.

Editor’s note — This article is for Kindle e-readers. If you have a Kindle Android tablet, you can easily find your device’s name in the Settings menu.

QUICK ANSWER

Kindles running firmware 5.14 or higher can go into Settings , Device Options, and  Device Info . Your device's name should be the first thing listed. If you have a device running older firmware, you can check your Amazon account, use the serial number of the device, or look out for the physical identifiers listed below.

JUMP TO KEY SECTIONS

Identify your Kindle with Device Info

Check your amazon account.

  • Use the Kindle's serial number to identify it
  • Use physical attributes to identify your Kindle

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Kindle devices now list their own device name in the Device Info section, starting with firmware version 5.14. That should include all modern Kindles and some from a few years back. Here’s how to check:

  • Go into the Settings menu.
  • Navigate to Device Options .
  • Tap the Device Info option.
  • Your Kindle will display information like Wi-Fi MAC address, firmware version, and other details.
  • The very first item on the list should be your device’s model. Check the photo above to see what it looks like.
  • Note — The Device Info section may vary depending on your device and the firmware version.

And that’s it. You should easily be able to see your device’s name. Unfortunately, older devices don’t have this luxury, so we’ll continue with other ways to identify your device.

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Your Kindle is presumably linked to your Amazon account, so one method of checking which device you have is directly with Amazon.

To do this, head to www.amazon.com/mydevices . If you’re logged in, you’ll see the general Manage Your Content and Devices page, which shows all of the digital content and physical devices linked to your account. Along the top, you can select Devices  to narrow it down. when you see your Kindle, select it to see a description of which model you have.

Use the Kindle’s serial number or model number

Kindle Paperwhite serial number

Once you identify your serial or model number, refer to the table below to figure out which version you own.

How to find your serial number

  • Go into your Settings menu.
  • Navigate to Device Options.
  • Finally, go to Device Info.
  • The serial number and your Wi-Fi MAC Address, firmware version, and other data should be there.
  • Note — This method works for modern Kindles. The Settings menu may be slightly different on older models.

How to find your model number

The model number is printed in two places. The first is on the back of the device, where all the information is. It’s usually towards the bottom. The other place is on the original box.

Use your Kindle’s physical appearance

Finally, we can help you identify your model based on its appearance. We only recommend this if you cannot get your serial or model numbers from the settings. Most Kindles also have a model number printed on the back of the device. If yours hasn’t rubbed off, you can Google your model number to find out your exact model and generation.

If that fails you, the section below shows you how to identify your Kindle based on its physical appearance. It’s the least efficient way, but it still works.

11th Generation

Kindle Paperwhite 5

  • Kindle Paperwhite 5 (2021) — The Paperwhite 5 has the black Amazon swoosh on the back and “Kindle” in white letters on the front. It’s physically similar to the Paperwhite 4. The biggest difference is its ability to emit warm light from the screen. Thus, if yours has a setting to emit warm light, it’s a Paperwhite 5. Otherwise, it’s a Paperwhite 4.
  • Kindle Basic 4 (2022) — The Basic 4 is part of the 11th-generation Kindle. It looks very similar to the Paperwhite 5 but with a slightly smaller display. Additionally, the text on the front of the device is the same color as the device and not white like the Paperwhite.
  • Kindle Scribe (2022) — The Scribe may not be part of the 11th Generation, but we’re listing it here anyway. This one looks similar to previous Oasis devices, except the thick bezel is on the left instead of the right. It also comes with a USB-C port. Notably, it’s also the only one you can write on.

10th Generation

Kindle Oasis 3

  • Kindle Basic 3 —  The back has the Amazon arrow logo without the word “Amazon.” It is otherwise physically identical to the Basic 2 aside from size.
  • Kindle Paperwhite 4 — The Paperwhite 4 looks physically identical to the Paperwhite 3, except the text on the front is white instead of black.
  • Kindle Oasis 3 — The Oasis 3 is physically identical to the Oasis 2. The only differentiation, as far as we know, is the Oasis 3 can emit warm light from the screen instead of the usual backlight color of the Oasis 2. If your settings have a warm light option, it’s an Oasis 3. Otherwise, it’s an Oasis 2.

9th Generation 

Kindle Oasis 2

  • Kindle Oasis 2 — The Oasis 2 is much larger than most other models at 7 inches, with a two-button handle on the right side. The handle is thicker than the rest of the device. The back has an Amazon arrow logo with “Amazon” text written vertically rather than horizontally.

8th Generation

Kindle Basic 2

  • Kindle Basic 2 —  The back features rounded edges, which are different than the sloped edges of the Basic 1. The front otherwise looks identical to other Basic models.
  • Kindle Oasis — The original Oasis looks the same as the other models. However, the original Oasis was much smaller than the other two, which is its only defining difference.

7th Generation

Kindle Basic 1

  • Kindle Paperwhite 3 — The Paperwhite 3 is the only Paperwhite with black text on the front. It looks strikingly similar to Basic 1. However, looking closely, you’ll notice the Paperwhite 3 has a taller screen than the Basic 1.
  • Kindle Voyage — The Voyage has a unique front design, with thin, vertical lines on the side and left and right soft-touch buttons for easy page-turning.
  • Kindle Basic 1 — The first Basic is very similar to the other three Basic devices. However, on the back, the edges are sloped rather than rounded; to our knowledge, it is the only e-reader in the bunch with those sloped designs.

6th Generation

Kindle Paperwhite 2

  • Kindle Paperwhite 2 — The second-generation Paperwhite is the only Paperwhite with a glossy black Amazon logo on the back. All future generations have engraved logos with the same material as the rest of the device. The front looks the same as basically all other Paperwhites.

5th Generation

Kindle 5

  • Kindle 5 — The fifth-gen is physically identical to the fourth generation, except this one comes in black instead of silver. They are otherwise so close that Amazon lists them together on its list of all devices .
  • Kindle Paperwhite 1 — The first Paperwhite looks the same as future generations. However, the first one is the only one with the name on the back and the front. All future generations use the Amazon logo.

4th Generation

Kindle Touch

  • Kindle Touch — The Touch is easy enough to identify. It’s the only one with the physical, four-line home button on the front of the device.
  • Kindle 4 — The fourth-gen e-reader has the characteristic square button on the front with two circular buttons on the left and right sides. However, this one only came in silver, and the fifth-generation model only came in black.

3rd Generation

Kindle 3

  • Kindle 3 — This third-gen product is the last one that came with a full keyboard. It has four rows of buttons along with two-page turn buttons on the right side. This model also introduced the square button that would be prevalent in the fourth and fifth-generation models later on.

2nd Generation

Kindle 2

  • Kindle 2 — This one has a totally unique look. It had a five-row keyboard with two buttons on the left and five buttons on the right. It is the only Amazon e-reader with that configuration.
  • Kindle DX — The DX has a larger screen than most early devices. However, its four-row keyboard is much smaller, and, as a result, the screen-to-body ratio is much larger than most, making it easy to identify.

1st Generation

Kindle 1 2007

  • Kindle 1 — The first one is easily identifiable by its keyboard. It’s the only one with a keyboard split down the middle and separated for easier two-hand typing. Additionally, each key has a weird bend that is vastly different from all other models.

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  • Amazon logo on the back
  • Touchscreen
  • Adjustable front light
  • Black or White hardware
  • Released April 2019
  • Product page: Kindle (10th Generation)
  • Forum Assistance

Note:  "10th Generation" is included in the name of this device because it is the 10th generation of Kindle e-readers to be released; not all of them by the same name. Not all of these generations have been available in global marketplaces outside of Amazon.com.

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  • Adjustable screen light
  • Black hardware
  • Released November 2018
  • Product page: Kindle Paperwhite (10th Generation)
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Kindle Oasis (9th Generation)

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  • Physical Page Turn buttons on the front of the device
  • Aluminum/metal hardware
  • Released October 2017
  • Product page:  Kindle Oasis (9th Generation)
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Note:  "9th Generation" is included in the name of this device because it is the 9th generation of Kindle e-readers to be released; not all of them by the same name. Not all of these generations have been available in global marketplaces outside of Amazon.co.uk.

  • Get Help with Kindle Oasis (9th Generation)

Kindle (8th Generation)

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  • No physical button on the front of the device
  • White/Black hardware with a grey Kindle logo on the front
  • Released July 2016
  • Model number: SY69JL
  • Product page:  Kindle (8th Generation)

Note:  "8th Generation" is included in the name of this device because it is the 8th generation of Kindle e-readers to be released; not all of them by the same name. Not all of these generations have been available in global marketplaces outside of Amazon.co.uk.

  • Get help with Kindle (8th Generation)

Kindle Oasis (8th Generation)

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  • Physical Page Turn buttons on front of the device
  • Released May 2016
  • Model numbers: DC67PL, SW56RW
  • Serial Number prefix XXX0GC, XXX0GD, XXX0GS, XXX0GR, XXX0GU -  Note: Only the 4-6 characters are constant for Kindle Oasis (8th Generation)
  • Get Help with Kindle Oasis (8th Generation)

Kindle Paperwhite (7th Generation)

kindle voyage (7th generation)

  • Black hardware with a black Kindle logo on the front
  • White hardware with a grey Kindle logo on the front
  • Painted Amazon logo on the back
  • Touchscreen -  No physical button on front of device
  • Released June 2015
  • Model number: DP75SDI
  • Serial Number prefix G090
  • Product page:  Kindle Paperwhite (7th Generation)

Note:  "7th Generation" is included in the name of this device because it is the 7th generation of Kindle e-readers to be released; not all of them by the same name. Not all of these generations have been available in global marketplaces outside of Amazon.co.uk.

  • Get Help with Kindle Paperwhite (7th Generation)

Kindle Voyage (7th Generation)

kindle voyage (7th generation)

  • Adaptive front light
  • PagePress sensors on both sides of the screen
  • No physical button on front of device
  • Released November 2014
  • Model number: NM460GZ
  • Serial Number prefix B013/ B0C6/90C6/B053
  • Product page:  Kindle Voyage (7th Generation)
  • Get help with Kindle Voyage (7th Generation)

Kindle (7th Generation)

kindle voyage (7th generation)

  • Released October 2014
  • Model number: WP63GW
  • Serial Number prefix B058/B054
  • Product page:  Kindle (7th Generation)

Note:  "7th Generation" is included in the name of this device because it is in the 7th generation of Kindle e-readers to be released; not all of them by the same name. Not all of these generations have been available in global marketplaces outside of Amazon.co.uk.

  • Get help with Kindle (7th Generation)

Kindle Paperwhite (6th Generation)

kindle voyage (7th generation)

  • Built-in adjustable light
  • Released September 2013
  • Serial Number prefix B0D4/9017/B0D5/905F/9060/9061/9062
  • Product page:  Kindle Paperwhite (6th Generation)
  • Get help with Kindle Paperwhite (6th Generation)

Kindle Paperwhite (5th Generation)

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  • Kindle logo on back
  • Released October 2012
  • Model number: EY21
  • Serial Number prefix B024/B01B/B01C/B01D/B020
  • Get help with Kindle Paperwhite (5th Generation)

Kindle (5th and 4th Generation)

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  • 5-way controller and four buttons on front of device
  • Silver or black hardware
  • Wi-Fi enabled
  • Kindle (5th Generation) released September 2012 (Black) and Kindle (4th Generation) released February 2011 (Graphite)
  • Model number: D01100
  • Serial Number prefix B023/B00E
  • Product page:  Kindle (5th Generation) Kindle (4th Generation)
  • Get help with Kindle (5th and 4th Generation)

Kindle Touch (4th Generation)

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  • Single (3-line) Home button on front of device
  • Audio capabilities
  • Graphite hardware
  • Released September 2011
  • Model number: D01200
  • Serial Number prefix B011/B00F/B010
  • Get help with Kindle Touch (4th Generation)

Kindle Keyboard (3rd Generation)

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  • Round keyboard buttons
  • Headphone jack on bottom of device
  • Graphite or white hardware
  • Released August 2010
  • Model number: D00901
  • Serial Number prefix B006/B00A/B008
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You can return if you receive a damaged, defective or incorrect product.

10 Days, Refund

Returnable if you’ve received the product in a condition that is damaged, defective or different from its description on the product detail page on Amazon.in.

Refunds will be issued only if it is determined that the item was not damaged while in your possession, or is not different from what was shipped to you.

Movies, Music

Not returnable, musical instruments.

Wind instruments and items marked as non-returnable on detail page are not eligible for return.

Video Games (Accessories and Games)

You can ask for a replacement or refund if you receive a damaged, defective or incorrect product.

Mobiles (new and certified refurbished)

10 days replacement, mobile accessories.

This item is eligible for free replacement/refund, within 10 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different/wrong item delivered to you. Note: Please keep the item in its original condition, with MRP tags attached, user manual, warranty cards, and original accessories in manufacturer packaging. We may contact you to ascertain the damage or defect in the product prior to issuing refund/replacement.

Power Banks: 10 Days; Replacement only

Screen guards, screen protectors and tempered glasses are non-returnable.

Used Mobiles, Tablets

10 days refund.

Refunds applicable only if it has been determined that the item was not damaged while in your possession, or is not different from what was shipped to you.

Mobiles and Tablets with Inspect & Buy label

2 days refund, tablets (new and certified refurbished), 7 days replacement.

This item is eligible for free replacement, within 7 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged or different item delivered to you. In case of defective, product quality related issues for brands listed below, customer will be required to approach the brands’ customer service center and seek resolution. If the product is confirmed as defective by the brand then customer needs to get letter/email confirming the same and submit to Amazon customer service to seek replacement. Replacement for defective products, products with quality issues cannot be provided if the brand has not confirmed the same through a letter/email. Brands -HP, Lenovo, AMD, Intel, Seagate, Crucial

Please keep the item in its original condition, with brand outer box, MRP tags attached, user manual, warranty cards, CDs and original accessories in manufacturer packaging for a successful return pick-up. Before returning a Tablet, the device should be formatted and screen lock should be disabled.

For few products, we may schedule a technician visit to your location. On the basis of the technician's evaluation report, we will provide resolution.

This item is eligible for free replacement, within 7 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different item delivered to you.

Please keep the item in its original condition, with brand outer box, MRP tags attached, user manual, warranty cards, CDs and original accessories in manufacturer packaging for a successful return pick-up.

Used Laptops

Software products that are labeled as not returnable on the product detail pages are not eligible for returns.

For software-related technical issues or installation issues in items belonging to the Software category, please contact the brand directly.

Desktops, Monitors, Pen drives, Hard drives, Memory cards, Computer accessories, Graphic cards, CPU, Power supplies, Motherboards, Cooling devices, TV cards & Computing Components

All PC components, listed as Components under "Computers & Accessories" that are labeled as not returnable on the product detail page are not eligible for returns.

Digital Cameras, camera lenses, Headsets, Speakers, Projectors, Home Entertainment (new and certified refurbished)

Return the camera in the original condition with brand box and all the accessories Product like camera bag etc. to avoid pickup cancellation. We will not process a replacement if the pickup is cancelled owing to missing/damaged contents.

Return the speakers in the original condition in brand box to avoid pickup cancellation. We will not process a replacement if the pickup is cancelled owing to missing/ damaged box.

10 Days, Replacement

Speakers (new and certified refurbished), home entertainment.

This item is eligible for free replacement, within 10 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different/wrong item delivered to you.

Note: Please keep the item in its original condition, with MRP tags attached, user manual, warranty cards, and original accessories in manufacturer packaging for a successful return pick-up.

For TV, we may schedule a technician visit to your location and resolution will be provided based on the technician's evaluation report.

10 days Replacement only

This item is eligible for free replacement, within 10 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different/wrong item delivered to you. .

Please keep the item in its original condition, original packaging, with user manual, warranty cards, and original accessories in manufacturer packaging for a successful return pick-up.

If you report an issue with your Furniture,we may schedule a technician visit to your location. On the basis of the technician's evaluation report, we will provide resolution.

Large Appliances - Air Coolers, Air Conditioner, Refrigerator, Washing Machine, Dishwasher, Microwave

In certain cases, if you report an issue with your Air Conditioner, Refrigerator, Washing Machine or Microwave, we may schedule a technician visit to your location. On the basis of the technician's evaluation report, we'll provide a resolution.

Home and Kitchen

Grocery and gourmet, pet food, pet shampoos and conditioners, pest control and pet grooming aids, non-returnable, pet habitats and supplies, apparel and leashes, training and behavior aids, toys, aquarium supplies such as pumps, filters and lights, 7 days returnable.

All the toys item other than Vehicle and Outdoor Category are eligible for free replacement/refund, within 7 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different/wrong item delivered to you.

Vehicle and Outdoor category toys are eligible for free replacement, within 7 days of delivery, in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different/wrong item delivered to you

Note: Please keep the item in its original condition, with outer box or case, user manual, warranty cards, and other accompaniments in manufacturer packaging for a successful return pick-up. We may contact you to ascertain the damage or defect in the product prior to issuing refund/replacement.

Sports, Fitness and Outdoors

Occupational health & safety products, personal care appliances, 7 days replacement only, health and personal care, clothing and accessories, 30 days returnable.

Lingerie, innerwear and apparel labeled as non-returnable on their product detail pages can't be returned.

Return the clothing in the original condition with the MRP and brand tag attached to the clothing to avoid pickup cancellation. We will not process a replacement or refund if the pickup is cancelled owing to missing MRP tag.

Precious Jewellery

Precious jewellery items need to be returned in the tamper free packaging that is provided in the delivery parcel. Returns in any other packaging will not be accepted.

Fashion or Imitation Jewellery, Eyewear and Watches

Return the watch in the original condition in brand box to avoid pickup cancellation. We will not process a replacement if the pickup is cancelled owing to missing/damaged contents.

Gold Coins / Gold Vedhanis / Gold Chips / Gold Bars

30 days; replacement/refund, 30 days, returnable, luggage and handbags.

Any luggage items with locks must be returned unlocked.

Car Parts and Accessories, Bike Parts and Accessories, Helmets and other Protective Gear, Vehicle Electronics

Items marked as non-returnable on detail page are not eligible for return.

Items that you no longer need must be returned in new and unopened condition with all the original packing, tags, inbox literature, warranty/ guarantee card, freebies and accessories including keys, straps and locks intact.

Fasteners, Food service equipment and supplies, Industrial Electrical, Lab and Scientific Products, Material Handling Products, Occupational Health and Safety Products, Packaging and Shipping Supplies, Professional Medical Supplies, Tapes, Adhesives and Sealants Test, Measure and Inspect items, Industrial Hardware, Industrial Power and Hand Tools.

Tyres (except car tyres), rims and oversized items (automobiles).

Car tyres are non-returnable and hence, not eligible for return.

Return pickup facility is not available for these items. You can self return these products using any courier/ postal service of your choice. Learn more about shipping cost refunds .

The return timelines for seller-fulfilled items sold on Amazon.in are equivalent to the return timelines mentioned above for items fulfilled by Amazon.

If you’ve received a seller-fulfilled product in a condition that is damaged, defective or different from its description on the product detail page on Amazon.in, returns are subject to the seller's approval of the return.

If you do not receive a response from the seller for your return request within two business days, you can submit an A-to-Z Guarantee claim. Learn more about returning seller fulfilled items.

Note : For seller fulfilled items from Books, Movies & TV Shows categories, the sellers need to be informed of the damage/ defect within 14 days of delivery.

For seller-fulfilled items from Fine Art category, the sellers need to be informed of the damage / defect within 10 days of delivery. These items are not eligible for self-return. The seller will arrange the return pick up for these items.

For seller-fulfilled items from Sports collectibles and Entertainment collectibles categories, the sellers need to be informed of the damage / defect within 10 days of delivery.

The General Return Policy is applicable for all Amazon Global Store Products (“Product”). If the Product is eligible for a refund on return, you can choose to return the Product either through courier Pickup or Self-Return**

Note: - Once the package is received at Amazon Export Sales LLC fulfillment center in the US, it takes 2 (two) business days for the refund to be processed and 2- 4 business days for the refund amount to reflect in your account. - If your return is due to an Amazon error you'll receive a full refund, else the shipping charges (onward & return) along with import fees will be deducted from your refund amount.

**For products worth more than INR 25000, we only offer Self-Return option.

2 Days, Refund

Refunds are applicable only if determined that the item was not damaged while in your possession, or is not different from what was shipped to you.

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"...I am a first time e-reader user and I found Kindle to be a very handy device . I will list the Pros and Cons (as I see them) below...." Read more

"First time bought the e-ink reader. Experience is amazing .Owning a book and managing is much easier in the Kindle...." Read more

"I have been using Voyage for almost 50 days now. Its the best eBook reader I have ever laid my hands on. The material feels premium in hand...." Read more

"...This feature may appear subtle, but proves useful when reading for long hours ...." Read more

Customers like the lighting of the book reader. They mention that the adaptive light is really useful while travelling, the auto-brightness and ambient sensor helps in adjusting the light when needed. They also appreciate the haptic technology and built-in light with adaptive brightness. They say the front-lighting is very even and the ambient light sensor is an important feature for night reading. They feel the transition from bright to dim is gradual and instantaneous.

"...is Voyage more good to hold due to its dimensions, page press and adaptive light ...." Read more

"...It looks more crystal clear and makes more fun to read.3. Ambient Light sensor is one of the best things which automatically adjusts light in..." Read more

"...3. Page turn buttons are really helpful.4. The auto-brightness and ambient sensor helps in adjusting the light when reading in dark...." Read more

"...Noticed the uneven lighting on the screen as mentioned by others and asked for replacement...." Read more

Customers like the readability of the Kindle. They say it's very comfortable to read for hours on end, and is safe for eyes. They also say it gives a real book like feeling everywhere, and that it'll make reading easier.

"...bright sun-light to complete darkness, it gives you a real book like feeling everywhere ...." Read more

"...is really cool which sets the light to dim making it really easy to read in bedtimes .4...." Read more

"...All said and done, what warms the cockles of the hearts is the ease of reading that Kindle Voyage provides. It is so comfortable to hold and touch...." Read more

"...3. Design : Looks good4. Feel good vibe : There are a lot of gadgets which boast of latest and greatest technology but.... they just do not..." Read more

Customers find the book reader easy to hold. They say it's light and easy to carry. Some mention that the weight is just perfect, and it doesn't feel too heavy to hold for long. Overall, customers are satisfied with the ease of holding.

"... Weight is just perfect. Doesn't feel too heavy to hold , can be held in one hand.4) Battery life is about three weeks...." Read more

"...Coming on the performance part.1. Weight: Its the lightest kindle . Almost comparable to few mobiles...." Read more

"...6. Lighter than Paperwhite, so easy to hold while reading for a long time.7. The material is more premium than the plastic feel of Paperwhite...." Read more

"...A light weight handy device with a decent touch. And certainly increases the hunger to read more...." Read more

Customers are satisfied with the clarity of the Kindle voyage. They mention that the display is crisp and the screen resolution is incredible. Some say that the high resolution screen is amazing and the 300 ppi screen is absolutely stunning. Overall, most are happy with the quality of the product and recommend it to others.

"... Display is sharp and crystal clear. From bright sun-light to complete darkness, it gives you a real book like feeling everywhere...." Read more

"...Dictionary and X-Ray are another great features which helps in understanding the words and checking some character backgrounds easily...." Read more

"...It doesn't take a toll on palms.2. Screen Quality : Words are quite sharper than the previous kindle I had...." Read more

"...1. Screen is glass and full , so no "shadow" or "ghost" effect like Paperwhite2...." Read more

Customers like the responsiveness of the book reader. They say the page press feature is really handy, helps them turn pages easily, and like the haptic feedback page-press buttons. They also mention that the product is very responsive in turning pages and feels like a tablet.

"... Page Press is a good addition . I had borrowed someone's Paperwhite for two days before deciding to buy the Voyage...." Read more

"... Page press is another big feature . I have used my android tablet for many eBooks and found finger swipe as the obstacle for page turns...." Read more

"...The back light was ON and it did not respond to anything , button press, on/off, Page press or the magnetic Kindle cover......" Read more

"...2. Screen is much whiter compared to Paperwhite3. Page turn buttons are really helpful .4...." Read more

Customers are mixed about the color of the book reader. Some mention that the tint is not too severe and it can be turned down by adjusting the brightness. The screen is great in any kind of light, with the highest contrast levels ever. However, others say that the Voyage has a very distinct yellow tint on the top half of the screen.

"...5. Lack of colour make it impractical to read comics.6. Lack of games such as Sudoku and Crosswords...." Read more

"...It looks more crystal clear and makes more fun to read.3...." Read more

"...Issue- A very noticeable yellowish hue in the upper half of the screen which is visible in low ambience lights...." Read more

"...2. Screen is much whiter compared to Paperwhite3. Page turn buttons are really helpful.4...." Read more

Customers are dissatisfied with the quality of the book reader. They mention that it has manufacturing defects, the quality issues are appalling, and the device failed in less than a year. They also say that the motherboard has gone faulty and cannot be repaired in India. Overall, customers are not happy with the product's quality and value.

"...The communication clearly establishes that it is hardware issue which can only be rectified by Amazon service center...." Read more

"...As it did for me1. It is NOT REPAIRABLE - anywhere around the Globe!! (they say)2. It is not exchangeable3...." Read more

"... Limited One-year warranty , which is too less for a device which lasts long I can download only 10 books at a time, and not able to download..." Read more

"...Its the best eBook reader I have ever laid my hands on. The material feels premium in hand ...." Read more

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