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Kindle also has the ability to look up words in the dictionary or thesaurus. Well, that about sums up my review of this model of Kindle, and Kindles in general.
To put it simply, this Kindle does what it is advertised to do, and does it, in my opinion, flawlessly.
I don't have children hands, but I'm a female and my hands are on the small side. Anyway, it is smaller than the Paperwhite, but I love that.
I also love the fact that it doesn't come with a light.
I felt like I actually holding a technical device to read a book. Yeah, it sounds a little robotic but it's not anything that bothers me.
Of course since this doesn't have a backlight, you cannot read in the dark. If you want to read at night, purchase a little book light that are super inexpensive and attach it to your kindle. I love how I can still download PDF documents into it and it opens and works AMAZING! Disconnect it from the internet and bluetooth to save you battery. Connect your Kindle to a Bluetooth available device (laptop, speaker, headphone, etc.)2.
I used to read at night with the Paperwhite, but that light gave me a headache so I stopped. This feels more like a book to me than the Kindle Paperwhite ever did. I don't even notice the difference between ppi and I love that the letters are way darker than the Paperwhite.
Your Kindle will also always remember what page you left off at, in every book that you have stored on it.
A good fourth of those available are free, and another good chunk are or less.
So if the price of the device itself makes you hesitate, it can easily end up paying for itself if you read a lot of free or cheap titles.
I personally do not read in bed with the lights off -- I fall asleep while reading like that.
However if you are a frequent bed-time reader, you will want to get the Paperwhite, Voyager, or Oasis models.
If you want a tablet or a reader with a back light, stay away.