Best answer: Yes. The Amazon Paperwhite is one of the least intrusive blue-light e-readers available on the market. However, it does still use one for back-lighting and can cause irritation and disrupt your sleep cycle. A simple stick-on filter or pair of specialty glasses can help put your eyes at ease.
Stick-on solution: Dadanism screen protector ($11 at Amazon)
Best answer: The Kindle Paperwhite is capable of around 28 hours of battery life, from full-charge to entirely spent. How long that 28 hours lasts, however, is up to how you use it. Plus, the battery life can be extended with some helpful power-saving tips and tricks.
A library in your hands: Kindle Paperwhite ($130 at Amazon)
Amazon Prime Day 2019 is here, and it brings with it some of the best deals on all kinds of tech products. Notably, Amazon’s Kindle and Fire tablet range of devices have gotten some pretty major discounts,.
The summer solstice was several days ago, which means that school’s out and summer vacation’s in. If you’ve been looking for some way to distract your kids while they’re home for three months, a cheap tablet is a good way to do so. Amazon is currently offering a three-pack of its Kindle Fire 7 tablets for $109.97, or just about $36 apiece.
With a 1.5GHz processor and 1GB of RAM, the Fire 7 is no powerhouse. Read More