Screen: Both Kindles have 6-inch E Ink Carta screens, but the entry-level Kindle has a lower resolution screen with 167 ppi, whereas the Paperwhite has 300 ppi, which makes text and images appear sharper and clearer.
The flush screen is a bit more reflective and fingerprints are more visible.
Which is better Kindle or Paperwhite?
That’s a feature both ereaders support, but it’s far more viable on the Paperwhite. The other major difference is that as well as Wi-Fi you can get the Kindle Paperwhite in a Wi-Fi and cellular flavor (with free 3G and 4G connectivity), whereas the basic Kindle only supports Wi-Fi.
Which Kindle is best for 2019?
The entry-level Amazon Kindle is the best Kindle you can by right now, with a great balance of features and price. Launched in March 2019, its new feature was the inclusion of a back-light for just $89.99 (£69.99, AU$124), which now means Amazon’s entire Kindle line come with illumination.
Which Kindle is better for your eyes?
Amazon kindle is one great product for reading, with no harm to eyes. Its unique electronic ink, in short, e-ink tech. gives a very much feel of an ordinary b & w paper. Thus, it provides a great ease to eyes, and its the e-ink tech. that makes Kindle easy to read, even in the bright sunlight.
Is it worth getting Kindle Paperwhite?
At less than half the price of the top-end Kindle that’s just fine. It’s not worth upgrading without reason from the 2015 model, but if you want a simple, dedicated e-reader, the 2018 Kindle Paperwhite is about as good as you can get.