- Intuitive, Voyage weighs an ounce less than the Paperwhite
I purchased the Kindle Voyage with wi-fi only and with the special offers. Frankly, I don't think most people really need 3G for an ebook reader. Wi-fi is so available in most locations nowadays that it doesn't seem worth the extra cost to get a 3G ebook reader. If you're traveling to a location that doesn't have wi-fi, just download the books you want to read before you leave home. I haven't had the Voyage long enough to get a feel for the battery life. According to Amazon, a full charge will last up to six weeks, based on a half hour of reading per day with wireless off and the light setting at 10 (the maximum is 24). Battery life will vary based on the illumination setting and wireless usage. I've always used my Kindles a lot, and since the Voyage uses a tiny graphic to show the remaining charge instead of a digital readout, I'll keep on recharging it about every two weeks to keep the battery from going dead.
The Voyage's software is pretty much the same as the Paperwhite's. The Voyage retains what I thought was the most useful new software feature of the Paperwhite - Page Flip. It's the digital equivalent of putting a finger between pages of a paper book while flipping back (or forward) to see other pages. To turn on Page Flip, swipe up from the bottom of the screen, and you'll see a pop-up of the page you're on. You can then go back or forward to find whatever it is you're looking for. When you're done, tap the "X" in the upper right of the pop-up, and it goes away. This is a really useful feature, although using the search function is often an easier way to find things. Is the Voyage worth $199? In my opinion, NO. Is still expensive as a EBook
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