Amazon’s backlit e-book reader now has a high-resolution 300 ppi 6″ screen. It has a new font made for e-books, and better typography and page layouts to preserve the original format even when you increase the font size.
This crazy cheap tablet comes in 6″ or 7″ and has a 1280×800 display, a 1.5GHz quad-core CPU and the new Fire OS 4. The Kids Edition has a protective case and comes with a 2-year no questions asked replacement warranty.
The Kindle Voyage is lighter and smaller than the Kindle Paperwhite. It has a 300ppi touchscreen, an adaptive backlight as well as forward and back page turning haptic sensors on each edge for one-handed use.
Amazon may have just made the ultimate consumer’s tablets. The HDX 7″ and HDX 8.9 tablets have displays with beyond 1080p resolution, quad-core CPUs and a free, live and interactive tech support service called Mayday.
The latest version of the Kindle Paperwhite has a faster processor and an improved touchscreen. It also has new features such as a quick page scanning feature and intuitive word and phrase lookup tools.