Review: Bigger screen, better lighting make for a nearly perfect Kindle Paperwhite

By | October 28, 2021


Enlarge / The 11th-generation Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

It’s the most reliable upgrade in tech: take a thing that was already good, and make the screen bigger.

From laptops to TVs to phones to game consoles to tablets to watches, the time-honored tradition of making the screen bigger has resulted in some excellent upgrades, at least as long as making the screen bigger doesn’t screw up anything else.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (11th gen, 2021)

From $140 at Amazon

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And that’s Amazon’s playbook with the $140 11th-generation Kindle Paperwhite. Next to the 10th-generation model, the designs look nearly identical, but the new one has a larger screen enabled in part by slimmer borders around the top and sides.

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