All-New Kindle Paperwhite (10th gen) – 6″ High Resolution Display with Built-in Light, 8GB, Waterproof, WiFi

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All-New Kindle Paperwhite (10th gen) – 6″ High Resolution Display with Built-in Light, 8GB, Waterproof, WiFi


The thinnest, lightest Kindle Paperwhite ever—300 ppi glare-free display, reads like real paper even in bright sunlight.; Now with twice the storage - 8GB - store thousands of books so you can take your library with you.; Now waterproof, so you’re free to read and relax at the beach, by the pool,... All-new design is thinner and lighter, and now available in your choice of black or white; Easy on your eyes—touchscreen display reads like real paper. No screen glare, even in bright sunlight, unlike tablets; Single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours; Holds thousands of books. Choose from new... The thinnest, lightest Kindle Paperwhite ever—300 ppi glare-free display, reads like real paper even in bright sunlight.; Now with more than twice the storage - 32GB- store thousands of books so you can take your library with you.; Now waterproof, so you’re free to read and relax at the beach, by... All-new design is thinner and lighter, and now available in your choice of black or white; Easy on your eyes—touchscreen display reads like real paper. No screen glare, even in bright sunlight, unlike tablets; Single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours; Holds thousands of books. Choose from new...
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Current Price Rs. 5,999 February 23, 2019
Highest Price Rs. 5,999 February 17, 2019
Lowest Price Rs. 5,999 February 17, 2019
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Rs. 5,999 February 17, 2019
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  • At amazon.in you can purchase Kindle E-reader - Black, 6" Glare-Free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi for only Rs. 5,999
  • The lowest price of All-New Kindle Paperwhite 4G LTE (10th gen) - 6" High Resolution Display with Built-in Light, 32GB, Waterproof, WiFi + Free 4G LTE was obtained on February 23, 2019 7:53 am.

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  1. Have been using it for months and it is simply my life saver as i love reading books. Very comfortable to carry during journey and can simply hold with single hand and battery backup makes it best.

  2. Have been using it for months and it is simply my life saver as i love reading books. Very comfortable to carry during journey and can simply hold with single hand and battery backup makes it best.

  3. I’m writing this after using this kindle for six months.WHAT THIS KINDLE HAVE AND PAPERWHITE DOESN’T::: this kindle has a “Voiceview screen reader”, it means if you connect to a bluetooth speaker it will read the book aloud for you. this option is not there in paperwhite..battery::: at beginning when you charge once you can use it for a week, but no it drains in five to six days an it also depends on how much you read. also, if you switch on wifi then battery may drain in two days or even quicker. you should e on airplane mode to get good battery life. when you connect to your computer it takes one and half hour to two hours to charge full. when it got fully charged indicating light turn to green from orange.screen::: it have touch screen, which is so sensitive. when you are reading if a house fly sits on screen it activates the screen and it will show the meaning of the word where it sat(long touch to see a meaning of unknown word). you can slide even with a pen cap. screen is a bit inside to its border frame so dust formation at the corners and it is difficult to clean. you can change the font size to make the letters biggers or smaller. it also provide landscape view(change in settings). it shows battery and time on right top.flipcover::: flipcover is also important, because you need not to press the power but when you start or finish reading. when you close it automatically goes in power saving mode. when you open it, it shows what you are reading. if you press the power button and off the screen you get even good battery life.dictionary::: kindle has oxford dictionary pre installed and you can also download merriam-webster’s dictionary also. it has other language to english dictionaries ( like german, italian, french, japanese, chinese, gujarathi, malayalam..) but you need to download them. kindle also has word wise, when you switch it on kindle shows meaning for tough word just above the word(you need nor to again do anything). but some books doesnt have this option.reading experience::: at first it may be inconvenient, but on use it feels normal. there are lot of book on kindle store. but when you read pdf, it is very inconvenient, this is not for pdf files. also the processing speed not good, it feels very slow. it stores lots of books may be hundred. there will be no distractions, no ads or anything you can totally concentrate on what you read.glare::: if you go into intense sun it gives glare like shine. but in normal conditions it is good.browser::: it has experimental browser when you connects to wifi, it can connect to wikipedia and to google. but slowly.

  4. I’m writing this after using this kindle for six months.WHAT THIS KINDLE HAVE AND PAPERWHITE DOESN’T::: this kindle has a “Voiceview screen reader”, it means if you connect to a bluetooth speaker it will read the book aloud for you. this option is not there in paperwhite..battery::: at beginning when you charge once you can use it for a week, but no it drains in five to six days an it also depends on how much you read. also, if you switch on wifi then battery may drain in two days or even quicker. you should e on airplane mode to get good battery life. when you connect to your computer it takes one and half hour to two hours to charge full. when it got fully charged indicating light turn to green from orange.screen::: it have touch screen, which is so sensitive. when you are reading if a house fly sits on screen it activates the screen and it will show the meaning of the word where it sat(long touch to see a meaning of unknown word). you can slide even with a pen cap. screen is a bit inside to its border frame so dust formation at the corners and it is difficult to clean. you can change the font size to make the letters biggers or smaller. it also provide landscape view(change in settings). it shows battery and time on right top.flipcover::: flipcover is also important, because you need not to press the power but when you start or finish reading. when you close it automatically goes in power saving mode. when you open it, it shows what you are reading. if you press the power button and off the screen you get even good battery life.dictionary::: kindle has oxford dictionary pre installed and you can also download merriam-webster’s dictionary also. it has other language to english dictionaries ( like german, italian, french, japanese, chinese, gujarathi, malayalam..) but you need to download them. kindle also has word wise, when you switch it on kindle shows meaning for tough word just above the word(you need nor to again do anything). but some books doesnt have this option.reading experience::: at first it may be inconvenient, but on use it feels normal. there are lot of book on kindle store. but when you read pdf, it is very inconvenient, this is not for pdf files. also the processing speed not good, it feels very slow. it stores lots of books may be hundred. there will be no distractions, no ads or anything you can totally concentrate on what you read.glare::: if you go into intense sun it gives glare like shine. but in normal conditions it is good.browser::: it has experimental browser when you connects to wifi, it can connect to wikipedia and to google. but slowly.

  5.  Guys..,🤓.If you are in the mindset of ” To Buy or Not to Buy “,🤨 you are in the same position of myself before ordering Kindle..So let me express my views after using Kindle for months.🤠.1, E-INK technology🧐.- unlike LCD display on mobile/ tablet, only the letters pop-up on a white background. ( new experience for me ).- not at all weary, even using for hours ( unless you’re bored with the content of the book )🤕.- low power consumption & we will be charging the device on monthly basis unlike mobile phones.😌.2, Library in your hand📚.- most cost effective way to read a book in this era💰.- 4GB internal memory can store thousands of books at once. ( well after that save it in your lap or del previous read books ).- always gets sync with Amazon cloud, so you never lost book neither worry about the purchased book..3, Not Good for PDF files 😔.- we can read in PDF format but it’s very raw..- best format for Kindle is .mobi & all Amazon books are in this format..- gets easily connected to PC & can edit the contents & transfer files.4, Reading experience.😇.- gets some time for adjusting to this reading.- zero distractions & no pop up ads.- contains Library, Kindle store, Vocabulary builder, Experimental browser & Goodreads..- can search for words & also have in built dictionary & Wiki results..- wifi connects fast & syncs with Amazon account..- also shared with my dad & now he uses it more than me.😶………TIPS…….😎..1, Google search Calibre software and install it in your PC.It saves all the books and also edits external format into Kindle mobi for reading in our device ..2, Many ” good ” 😉 e-book stores with free content available on internet..3, Subscribe to Kindle Unlimited ( first month free ) monthly plan and download 1000 books for free and save it for future reads.Kindle Unlimited is a whole lot of books for free reading & enjoy the package.😬.4, Buy a flip cover within 500 rupees🙃 and it helps in automatically shut down the screen when closed..5, Don’t go for Paperwhite which has in built lit display but everything else same & about 5k more 🤐…..VERDICT 🤔……..Kindle wins ….✌️✌️.Finally, do tick the “Helpful” option below thereby helping others for an easier decision..Thank you 🤗….

  6.  Guys..,🤓.If you are in the mindset of ” To Buy or Not to Buy “,🤨 you are in the same position of myself before ordering Kindle..So let me express my views after using Kindle for months.🤠.1, E-INK technology🧐.- unlike LCD display on mobile/ tablet, only the letters pop-up on a white background. ( new experience for me ).- not at all weary, even using for hours ( unless you’re bored with the content of the book )🤕.- low power consumption & we will be charging the device on monthly basis unlike mobile phones.😌.2, Library in your hand📚.- most cost effective way to read a book in this era💰.- 4GB internal memory can store thousands of books at once. ( well after that save it in your lap or del previous read books ).- always gets sync with Amazon cloud, so you never lost book neither worry about the purchased book..3, Not Good for PDF files 😔.- we can read in PDF format but it’s very raw..- best format for Kindle is .mobi & all Amazon books are in this format..- gets easily connected to PC & can edit the contents & transfer files.4, Reading experience.😇.- gets some time for adjusting to this reading.- zero distractions & no pop up ads.- contains Library, Kindle store, Vocabulary builder, Experimental browser & Goodreads..- can search for words & also have in built dictionary & Wiki results..- wifi connects fast & syncs with Amazon account..- also shared with my dad & now he uses it more than me.😶………TIPS…….😎..1, Google search Calibre software and install it in your PC.It saves all the books and also edits external format into Kindle mobi for reading in our device ..2, Many ” good ” 😉 e-book stores with free content available on internet..3, Subscribe to Kindle Unlimited ( first month free ) monthly plan and download 1000 books for free and save it for future reads.Kindle Unlimited is a whole lot of books for free reading & enjoy the package.😬.4, Buy a flip cover within 500 rupees🙃 and it helps in automatically shut down the screen when closed..5, Don’t go for Paperwhite which has in built lit display but everything else same & about 5k more 🤐…..VERDICT 🤔……..Kindle wins ….✌️✌️.Finally, do tick the “Helpful” option below thereby helping others for an easier decision..Thank you 🤗….

  7. I currently own 2 Kindles: 7th Gen Paperwhite and 2nd Gen Oasis (yes, I like to pamper myself while reading).Both fell short for various reasons.The 7th Gen Paperwhite’s screen is not flush and is prone to picking up dust or lint between the bezel and the screen. Its battery life is not as long-lasting as its predecessor (the 6th Gen PW probably has the most outstanding battery life of all Kindles), and I also made the mistake of using it in tandem with the luxurious Oasis.The 2nd Gen Oasis came with many wonderful technological breakthroughs – a gorgeous 7-inch display, the battery stacked to one side which made it easier to hold with one hand, waterproof capability, and the extra storage – but it disappointed me at one key aspect: the ability to hold it for a long period of time. You see, the 2nd Gen Oasis was the first model to sport a metallic finish on the back. The reasoning behind this might have been to lend it a premium finish, but it is also had the unintended consequence of being very slippery, especially if your palms tend to sweat a lot. Add to this the fact that the edges were sharp and liable to dig into your skin. I have been using the Oasis regularly since launch day and the device still doesn’t feel like ‘mine’. I keep adjusting my hold and grip while reading after every few minutes – this is not something you expect to do after nearly a year of heavy use.Hence, despite the fact that I already use 2 Kindles, the 10th Gen Paperwhite instantly caught my eye. Thankfully, purchasing it has turned out to be an addition of utility rather than overkill. With the new model, Amazon has realized the pinnacle of its vision for Kindle design and technology.– The flush screen, just like the one on Oasis 2, is aesthetically pleasing to read.– The new version is the lightest Paperwhite ever, which makes holding it for long periods even less of a chore. Gone are the days of switching hands or grips at regular intervals.– The rounded edges don’t dig into my hand and let me focus completely on my reading.– I am not one for using my Kindles near pools or while enjoying a bath, so waterproof capability comes in useful only if I ever happen to spill some sort of liquid on it.Overall, if you are looking to upgrade to the 10th Gen Paperwhite for the features, then it might not present a whole lot of exciting new boxes to consider. But, from a design standpoint, the latest version truly excels at stripping away the noise even further, and transporting you into your own private bookish world.Update (23/11/18): So I contacted Amazon Support regarding the update problem. The device was failing to update (via WiFi and USB) to the v5.10.1.2, which happens to be the latest version.The response from Amazon Support: “I’d like to inform you that this is a known issue and a master ticket has already has been raised and the issue has been escalated and we are waiting for the update.”They also assured that the problem was just a software problem, NOT a hardware problem. So I’m going to just sit tight and wait for the software patch to arrive. No big deal.Update (30/11/18): Update to v5.10.1.3 successful. No more pending issues with the device.

  8. Mind blowing purchase. This is my second kindle. I already own basic kindle but thats difficult to read at night. But this kindle paperwhite 10th gen has inbuilt light which makes my night reading experience fantastic. I love the design and its sleek which is easy to hold for a long time.I like the resolution , clarity and battery backup.(The only option i could not find is DISABLE TOUCH.)It has the features of kindle voyage and oasis. That is FLUSH SCREEN, WATER PROOF and like Oasis we can invert the background (black background with white letters). We can connect bluetooth and hear the audios of our favourite books.Over all its a boon to avid readers..EDIT : Review of Kindle 10th gen after 2 months of usage : Everything is fine as i described before.DISABLE TOUCH option is enabled after further updation.Also battery percentage is displayed at the top of the kindle. I’m enjoying my fav books with my fav kindle..

  9. I currently own 2 Kindles: 7th Gen Paperwhite and 2nd Gen Oasis (yes, I like to pamper myself while reading).Both fell short for various reasons.The 7th Gen Paperwhite’s screen is not flush and is prone to picking up dust or lint between the bezel and the screen. Its battery life is not as long-lasting as its predecessor (the 6th Gen PW probably has the most outstanding battery life of all Kindles), and I also made the mistake of using it in tandem with the luxurious Oasis.The 2nd Gen Oasis came with many wonderful technological breakthroughs – a gorgeous 7-inch display, the battery stacked to one side which made it easier to hold with one hand, waterproof capability, and the extra storage – but it disappointed me at one key aspect: the ability to hold it for a long period of time. You see, the 2nd Gen Oasis was the first model to sport a metallic finish on the back. The reasoning behind this might have been to lend it a premium finish, but it is also had the unintended consequence of being very slippery, especially if your palms tend to sweat a lot. Add to this the fact that the edges were sharp and liable to dig into your skin. I have been using the Oasis regularly since launch day and the device still doesn’t feel like ‘mine’. I keep adjusting my hold and grip while reading after every few minutes – this is not something you expect to do after nearly a year of heavy use.Hence, despite the fact that I already use 2 Kindles, the 10th Gen Paperwhite instantly caught my eye. Thankfully, purchasing it has turned out to be an addition of utility rather than overkill. With the new model, Amazon has realized the pinnacle of its vision for Kindle design and technology.– The flush screen, just like the one on Oasis 2, is aesthetically pleasing to read.– The new version is the lightest Paperwhite ever, which makes holding it for long periods even less of a chore. Gone are the days of switching hands or grips at regular intervals.– The rounded edges don’t dig into my hand and let me focus completely on my reading.– I am not one for using my Kindles near pools or while enjoying a bath, so waterproof capability comes in useful only if I ever happen to spill some sort of liquid on it.Overall, if you are looking to upgrade to the 10th Gen Paperwhite for the features, then it might not present a whole lot of exciting new boxes to consider. But, from a design standpoint, the latest version truly excels at stripping away the noise even further, and transporting you into your own private bookish world.Update (23/11/18): So I contacted Amazon Support regarding the update problem. The device was failing to update (via WiFi and USB) to the v5.10.1.2, which happens to be the latest version.The response from Amazon Support: “I’d like to inform you that this is a known issue and a master ticket has already has been raised and the issue has been escalated and we are waiting for the update.”They also assured that the problem was just a software problem, NOT a hardware problem. So I’m going to just sit tight and wait for the software patch to arrive. No big deal.Update (30/11/18): Update to v5.10.1.3 successful. No more pending issues with the device.

  10. Mind blowing purchase. This is my second kindle. I already own basic kindle but thats difficult to read at night. But this kindle paperwhite 10th gen has inbuilt light which makes my night reading experience fantastic. I love the design and its sleek which is easy to hold for a long time.I like the resolution , clarity and battery backup.(The only option i could not find is DISABLE TOUCH.)It has the features of kindle voyage and oasis. That is FLUSH SCREEN, WATER PROOF and like Oasis we can invert the background (black background with white letters). We can connect bluetooth and hear the audios of our favourite books.Over all its a boon to avid readers..EDIT : Review of Kindle 10th gen after 2 months of usage : Everything is fine as i described before.DISABLE TOUCH option is enabled after further updation.Also battery percentage is displayed at the top of the kindle. I’m enjoying my fav books with my fav kindle..

  11. I was skeptic about buying a kindle thinking how much I would miss the paperback thing. I tried reading ebooks on laptop and also on mobile even in the kindle app, nothing worked anywhere near the paperback experience.Allured by the pre-order offers, bought this one and I am loving it (it’s only the fourth day I am using it though, still I’m loving it). A great thing is that I can change the font and spacing, something that I couldn’t do in the paperback.This is my first kindle so can’t really compare with other versions. But if you are a paperback fan and thinking whether a kindle is worth it, I would say you must give this one a try and you will definitely love it.EDIT: It’s almost 1.5 months with the Kindle, I read almost everyday and I’m still loving it.The backlight thing has solved many problems that a paperback has: I can sit with my kindle by the dark riverside in the evening, I can switch off my room lights before going to bed and not get up later to switch them off after reading a little, I can read it under a blanket in winter and I can read it in train and flight regardless of whether the ambient lights are on or not.I just hope this device lasts long. If I face any problem with this device later or I stop loving it, I’ll update this review.

  12. I was skeptic about buying a kindle thinking how much I would miss the paperback thing. I tried reading ebooks on laptop and also on mobile even in the kindle app, nothing worked anywhere near the paperback experience.Allured by the pre-order offers, bought this one and I am loving it (it’s only the fourth day I am using it though, still I’m loving it). A great thing is that I can change the font and spacing, something that I couldn’t do in the paperback.This is my first kindle so can’t really compare with other versions. But if you are a paperback fan and thinking whether a kindle is worth it, I would say you must give this one a try and you will definitely love it.EDIT: It’s almost 1.5 months with the Kindle, I read almost everyday and I’m still loving it.The backlight thing has solved many problems that a paperback has: I can sit with my kindle by the dark riverside in the evening, I can switch off my room lights before going to bed and not get up later to switch them off after reading a little, I can read it under a blanket in winter and I can read it in train and flight regardless of whether the ambient lights are on or not.I just hope this device lasts long. If I face any problem with this device later or I stop loving it, I’ll update this review.

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