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The Best E-reader of 2022: Kindle Cloud Reader vs. Kindle Paperwhite
If you’re a bookworm, then you’re probably familiar with the struggle of toting books around or packing armfuls of novels for your next trip. The problem? It can take a toll — on your back and your wallet. Fortunately, e-readers, like Amazon’s Kindle Cloud Reader, offer a way for you to keep your favorite books close by without much hassle. Here, we’re determining the best e-reader of 2022 by looking at the top devices — and apps — on the market.
What Is an E-reader?
Put simply, an e-reader is a handheld device that allows you to read electronic versions of books, newspapers, comics, magazines and more. Essentially, e-readers — and their virtual libraries — allow us to tap into the digitized versions of our favorite written works — not unlike the Spotify of the publishing world .
When they first came onto the scene, e-readers were criticized for signaling the end of print media and physical books. Of course, that hasn’t been the case. Instead, e-readers provide an easy, accessible way of accessing thousands of novels and audiobooks .
With the holidays approaching, you might want to look into e-reader, either for yourself or the bookworm in your life. So, let’s delve into the best e-readers and apps that provide an alternative to lugging around traditional books.
Best E-readers of 2022 : Amazon E-readers
In a way, Kindle is like the Kleenex of e-readers. Even though it’s the name of a particular product, it feels synonymous with the concept as a whole. Amazon’s sleek device has been making waves since 2007, namely for the rather novel idea of featuring a screen that looks like a page and supposedly emulates the experience of reading ink on paper.
The latest Kindle Paperwhite, which retails between $139–189 depending on the storage size you want (8 GB vs. 32 GB), offers a nice 6.8” display and an adjustable warm light. That amber-colored light makes reading at night more enjoyable, and minimizes the amount of blue light you’re exposed to before bed.
Generally, Amazon offers a few tiers when it comes to Kindle devices. Like streaming platforms or music subscription services, there’s an ad-supported and ad-free version; Kindle Unlimited might be worth it if you’re a voracious reader as it provides access to over 2 million books and thousands of audiobooks.
Similar to the most recent Paperwhite, the Kindle Oasis is a top-of-the-line e-reader that comes with a higher price tag. This waterproof, go-anywhere model also features that adjustable warm light, but the big difference is that Amazon touts the Oasis as their “best-ever 300 ppi Paperwhite display”.
The 7” screen does look great, in part because it harnesses the latest e-ink technology, making for a more natural reading experience — a.k.a. less eye strain.
The ergonomic design also boasts page-turn buttons, allowing you to read one-handed. In addition to that massive virtual library of books, the Oasis, like most Amazon devices, works with Audible, allowing you to listen to audiobooks with ease. As we mentioned, the price-tag here is higher, ranging from $249–299 depending upon storage capacity (again, 8 GB vs. 32 GB) and ad-supported vs. ad-free options.
Kindle Kids (and the Newly Announced Entry-Level Kindle)
Starting Tuesday, September 13, 2022, Amazon opened up pre-orders for its latest Kindle devices. The entry-level Kindle, which boasts a better screen and USB-C charging, comes in at just $99, making it a great e-reader for folks on a budget — or for students looking for a more affordable way to lighten their backpack loads.
The main draw here is that the text will look sharper; say goodbye to that slight blurriness! According to CNBC , “The sharpness is now on a par with Amazon’s more expensive Kindle Paperwhite.” Plus, this entry-level edition has double the storage capacity — 16 GB instead of 8GB — of previous low-end models.
Additionally, Amazon announced a new Kindle Kids model. Without a doubt, an e-reader could be a great way to get kids and younger students invested in reading, all while lightening the physical load of books they’ve got to tote around. Plus, it’s a dedicated e-reader, not a smartphone or tablet, so that puts the focus on books rather than apps. Featuring similar upgrades — a more universal charging system, sharper text, more storage — the latest Kindle Kids model is also available for preorder now.
Amazon Fire Tablet
While the original Kindle e-reader didn’t aim to compete with tablets or laptops, Amazon Fire entered the fray as a competitor to Apple’s iPad. It offers many of the same features as the Kindle models, including access to a virtual library and bookshop where you can buy, store, and read millions of books and audiobooks.
However, Amazon Fire is categorized as a “color” e-reader; the colorized screen is more what you’re used to in the way of other tech, and it doesn’t harness the black-and-white Paperwhite and e-ink tech associated with Kindles.
While this means you can use a Fire tablet for streaming movies, TV and music, as well as checking your email and using a variety of other apps, it also means it’s without the adjustable amber light and other features that might make screen-reading easier on the eyes.
Still, with its internet browser, email and document access, you can move between reading, surfing the web and getting things done all on one device. So, if you enjoy reading but aren’t a bookworm, the added functionality of the Amazon Fire might give it an edge over the Kindle Paperwhite and Oasis models.
Depending on what features you want most — namely, screen and storage size — the various Amazon Fire models run the price gamut, costing you anywhere from $59–199.
What Is Kindle Cloud Reader?
Kindle cloud reader vs. kindle paperwhite, explained.
Want to have the perks of a Kindle without actually purchasing a Kindle Paperwhite or Amazon Fire tablet? This web-based version, the Kindle Cloud Reader, provides access to Amazon’s impressive library without the need for a physical e-reader.
Instead of downloading content to a Kindle device, you can access books from your browser of choice — just head to read.amazon.com — or via Amazon’s free app. However, you’ll still need an Amazon account to access the content library, but having a Prime membership isn’t required.
The Kindle Cloud Reader allows you to read both online and offline, meaning you can download and store up to 50 MB of content to enjoy for when you don’t have a WiFi connection. Taking cues from the physical Kindle, the Kindle Cloud Reader allows you to alter the text’s font, color and size and adjust the background. Not to mention, you can scrawl virtual notes and add highlights to portions of texts you want to recall more easily.
Plus, if you’ve purchased Kindle books with your Amazon account, they’ll appear in Kindle Cloud Reader. The convenience of the virtual cloud, ease of accessibility and the wide range of content on offer make the Kindle Cloud Reader a popular choice.
Other Top E-readers of 2022
Kobo libra h20.
This simplistic e-reader is highly praised for its lightweight body, ergonomic design and long battery life. But the Kobo Libra H20 also provides access to a wide catalog of both free and purchasable materials. Plus, the device can last for weeks on a single charge.
Unlike many other e-readers, Kobo models feature page-turning buttons, nixing the need for touchscreen engagement, which some readers may prefer. Though it’s a small detail, it can improve the ease of use — you can read one-handed, for example — and help you stay focused on the page.
The Kobo Libra H20 also comes with ComfortLight PRO, allowing you to easily view your device in both sunlight and darkness. Fully waterproof, this e-reader is great for on-the-go, poolside and bath-time reading. So, if you’re looking for a solid yet straightforward e-reader, the Kobo Libra H20, which retails for around $179 (with some variance), should be at the top of your list.
Nook Glowlight 4
A competitor with Kindle since 2009, Nook was created by Barnes & Noble, but if you haven’t heard much about the product in awhile that’s for good reason. Nook’s creators took a multi-year break from releasing new models to improve the design of the e-reader.
In 2021, the Nook came back stronger than ever; the Nook Glowlight 4 improves the device in quite a few ways, with the e-reader boasting an impressive 50-day battery life. But that’s not all. The Glowlight 4 is WiFi-enabled, which means it has access to 30,000 hotspots across the country — including Barnes & Noble in-store WiFi.
Through the virtual bookstore, you’ll be able to peruse more than 3 million titles. Much like Kindle, Nook also offers a downloadable app, which means you don’t need a Nook device to buy content from the virtual store.
The downside? The Nook Glowlight 4 still isn’t waterproof, making it less resilient than the Kindle Oasis, Paperwhite and Kobo Libra H20. On the other hand, the latest Nook does offer a unique feature: the ability to upload and save PDFs and non-traditional e-book formats. This is an excellent add-on for those who may want to store journal articles, work forms, or other non-book content, which makes it great for college and grad students.
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View the manual for the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite here, for free. This manual comes under the category e-readers and has been rated by 42 people with an average of a 8.1. This manual is available in the following languages: English. Do you have a question about the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite or do you need help? Ask your question here
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"My Kindle Paperwhite froze after not using it for a while, I charged it overnight, but nothing happens. I held down the power button for at least 40 seconds, but unfortunately the screen is still frozen like last night! Now I'm at a loss, what can I do? Regards, Ruth Sprenger."
If your Kindle Paperwhite is frozen after not being used for a while, please try the following steps: 1. Charge your Kindle Paperwhite overnight to ensure it has enough power. 2. Press and hold the power button for at least 40 seconds. This will restart the device. 3. After the restart, check if the screen is still frozen. If yes, try connecting your Kindle Paperwhite to a computer using a USB cable and see if it responds. 4. If none of the above steps work, you may need to perform a factory reset on your Kindle Paperwhite. Please note that a factory reset will delete all content and settings on your device, so make sure to backup important data beforehand.
how to find the book you are looking for in collections and books not in colletions. How to get a listing of books instead of the pictures of the books?
Can I listen to audio books on the paperwhite? How?
how does one set up "talking books"?
My eBook is asking me to "swipe finger over screen to unlock". However, the device doesn't respond when I do that. What could be the reason for this?
The problem could be related to the touchscreen interface of the Kindle Paperwhite. To unlock the device, you need to swipe your finger across the screen. However, if the device does not respond, there could be various possible reasons for the problem. First, make sure that your finger is clean and dry. Moisture or dirt on your finger can affect the touchscreen response. Try wiping your finger with a clean cloth and unlocking the device again. If cleaning your finger does not solve the problem, try restarting your Kindle Paperwhite. Hold the power button for about 7 seconds until the screen turns off, and then release the button. Wait a few seconds and then press the power button again to turn on the device. After the restart, try swiping your finger across the screen again to unlock it. If the problem persists, there may be a software error or a hardware problem with the touchscreen. In this case, you may need to contact Amazon customer support for further assistance or consider repairing or replacing the device.
I was reading on my Kindle. Suddenly, the light went out and I couldn't move the image, but the green light is on. What happened?
If the light on your Kindle Paperwhite disappears and the screen is frozen, but the green light is on, you can try the following steps: 1. Press and hold the power button for 9 seconds until the power dialog box appears. 2. Tap "Screen Off" to turn off the screen. 3. Wait a few seconds, then press the power button again to turn on your Kindle device. 4. If your Kindle device does not respond or does not turn on, press and hold the power button for 9 seconds until the power dialog box appears. 5. Tap "Restart" to restart your Kindle device. 6. If the power dialog box does not appear, press and hold the power button for 15 seconds or until the LED light stops blinking. 7. After following these steps, your Kindle device should restart and function normally.
For years everything was fine - but for a few days now my two readers show that they are connected to the internet but I can't access the store to buy new books. Could you please help me?
If your Kindle Paperwhite indicates that it is connected to the internet but you do not have access to the store to purchase new books, you can try the following steps: 1. Check your Wi-Fi network: Make sure your Kindle Paperwhite is connected to a stable Wi-Fi network. Check if the network name and password are correct. 2. Restart your Kindle: Sometimes, connection issues can be resolved by restarting your Kindle. Hold down the power button for a few seconds and then tap "Restart" when prompted. 3. Check your internet connection: Ensure that your Wi-Fi network is functioning properly by connecting another device such as a smartphone or laptop to the same network and checking if it can access the internet. 4. Forget the Wi-Fi network and reconnect: Go to "Settings" > "Wi-Fi & Bluetooth" on your Kindle Paperwhite and tap on the Wi-Fi network you are connected to. Then, tap "Forget" and reconnect to the network by entering the password again. 5. Reset network settings: If the problem persists, you can try resetting the network settings on your Kindle Paperwhite. Go to "Settings" > "Wi-Fi & Bluetooth" and tap on "Reset Network Settings". Note that this will remove all saved Wi-Fi networks on your device. If none of these measures solve the problem, please contact your network administrator or internet service provider for further assistance.
Is there a file of books I have already read? I want to read a book again.
Can’t get a book to come up. White screen when I slide to open.
can one reverse the screen from white to black, with white print and black back ground.
How do I delete BOOKS I've read. I have a PAPERWHITE.
How do I delete my books from old kindle?
how do make the screen black and the letters white? On a Kindle paperwhite
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The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is an e-reader that features a 6-inch display with 16 levels of greyscale, providing a comfortable reading experience without straining the eyes. The device is designed to be lightweight for easier handling, and the touchscreen interface allows for easy navigation through multiple book formats, including DOC, DOCX, HTML, MOBI, PDF, PRC, and TXT. Additionally, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite supports image formats such as BMP, GIF, JPG, and PNG, but does not have video playback capability. It also has a built-in storage capacity of 2 GB, enough to store up to 1100 e-books, and it connects to other devices through a USB 2.0 interface for easy file transfer. The device does not support Bluetooth, and it is not compatible with memory cards for additional storage. However, the Paperwhite provides a long-lasting battery life that can last up to weeks without the need for constant recharging. The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is a perfect e-reader for book lovers who prefer a straightforward reading experience without the distractions of a bright display or video playback. With its lightweight design, easy-to-use interface, and long-lasting battery life, the Paperwhite provides a reliable and durable option for avid readers who want their library to be portable and accessible on-the-go.
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Can't find the answer to your question in the manual? You may find the answer to your question in the FAQs about the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite below.
What is the weight of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a weight of 213 g.
What is the screen size of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?
The screen size of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is 6 ".
What is the height of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a height of 169 mm.
How long does it take to charge the battery of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?
It takes 4 h to charge the battery of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite.
What is the width of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a width of 117 mm.
What is the depth of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite?
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a depth of 9.1 mm.
What type of USB connection does the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite have?
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a - connection.
How much storage capacity does the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite have?
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has 2 GB storage capacity.
How do I adjust the screen brightness on my Kindle Paperwhite?
To adjust the screen brightness on your Kindle Paperwhite, simply tap the top of the screen to show the toolbar, and then drag your finger along the scale to increase or decrease the brightness level to your preference.
How can I connect my Kindle Paperwhite to Wi-Fi?
To connect your Kindle Paperwhite to Wi-Fi, tap the "Menu" button on the home screen, select "Settings," and then choose "Wi-Fi Networks." From there, select your preferred Wi-Fi network and enter the password if required. Your Kindle will then be connected to the internet.
Can I delete books from my Kindle Paperwhite?
Absolutely! To delete a book from your Kindle Paperwhite, locate the title you wish to remove on your home screen or in your library, press and hold the book cover, and then select "Remove from Device" from the options that appear. This will remove the book from your Kindle, but it will still be available in your Amazon account cloud storage.
How do I shop for and download books on my Kindle Paperwhite?
To shop for and download books on your Kindle Paperwhite, tap the "Store" icon on the home screen. From there, you can browse through different categories, search for specific titles or authors, and read descriptions and reviews. Once you find a book you want to download, simply select "Buy" or "Download," and it will be added to your Kindle library.
Is it possible to customize the font size on my Kindle Paperwhite?
Certainly! You can easily customize the font size on your Kindle Paperwhite to suit your reading preferences. While reading a book, simply tap the top of the screen to show the toolbar, and then tap the "Aa" icon. This will allow you to choose from various font sizes, including small, medium, large, and more, ensuring a comfortable reading experience.
Does Amazon Kindle Paperwhite have a touchscreen?
Yes, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has a touchscreen. This means that users can easily navigate through the device and interact with the content.
Can Amazon Kindle Paperwhite support video formats?
No, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite does not support video formats. This device is primarily designed for reading e-books, so it does not have video playback capabilities.
Does Amazon Kindle Paperwhite have Wi-Fi connectivity?
Yes, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has Wi-Fi connectivity. This allows users to connect to the internet and access digital content such as e-books and online stores.
Can Amazon Kindle Paperwhite support memory cards?
No, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite does not support memory cards. Users are limited to the 2 GB of internal storage capacity, which can hold approximately 1100 e-books.
Does Amazon Kindle Paperwhite have a built-in MP3 player?
No, Amazon Kindle Paperwhite does not have a built-in MP3 player. This device is focused on reading e-books and does not have music playback capabilities.
Is the manual of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite available in English?
Yes, the manual of the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is available in English .
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 getting started.
- Registering Your Kindle
- Kindle Controls
- Onscreen Actions
- Onscreen Keyboard
- Portrait/Landscape Modes
- Status Indicators
- Wireless Status Indicators
- Battery Status Indicator
- Activity Indicator
- Parental Controls Indicator
- Setting up Your Kindle
- Network Connectivity
- Special Offers and Sponsored Screensavers
- Home Screen
- Recommended Content
Chapter 2 Acquiring & Managing Kindle Content
- Shop the Kindle Store Anytime, Anywhere
- Device and Cloud Storage
- Managing Your Kindle Library
- Using Collections
- Archiving and Deleting Content
Chapter 3 Reading Kindle Documents
- Understanding Kindle Display Technology
- Customizing Your Text Display
- Comic and Manga Books
- Zooming Images
- Panning Tables
- Enhanced Viewing Mode
- Interacting with Your Documents
- Viewing Reading Progress
- When You're Finished Reading
Chapter 4 Getting more from Your Kindle
- Customizing Your Kindle Settings
- The Settings Contextual Menu
- Carrying and Reading Personal Documents
- Reading Kindle Content on Other Devices
- Sharing Comments Via Social Networks
- Using Your Kindle with Your Computer
- Using the Experimental Web Browser
- Web Browser Menu
- Downloading Files
Chapter 5 Finding Additional Assistance
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