Paperwhite Finally Available

Amazon’s newest Kindle: Paperwhite is out. It was released last month and should be a big seller for Chrsitmas. If you haven’t heard about it yet, here’s some info you may find helpful. And if you were thinking of upgrading, this might just be the right time:

Amazon announced details today of its new Kindle Paperwhite, and its sixth-generation electronic reader again shows why the company has about 60 percent of the e-reading market in the U.S.  The new Paperwhite has the same glowing screen as last year’s model, along with the expected improvements in processor speed, screen contrast, and the receptivity of the touchscreen. Amazon says pages now turn faster, and it notes the device’s integration with Goodreads, the social network for readers it acquired earlier this year for an undisclosed amount. A Wi-Fi-only model starts at $119 (it will show ads in screensaver mode) and will start shipping at the end of the month. A 3G model costs $189 and won’t be available until November. (Source)

Wonder what my next book will look like on the new Paperwhite?