Kindle Voyage E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi was £169.99 now £129.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Kindle Voyage E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi was £169.99 now £129.99 @ Amazon

£129.99 @ Amazon
Kindle Voyage E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Adaptive Built-in Light, PagePress Sensors, Wi-Fi was £169.99 now £129.99 @ Amazon Read More
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#1
Love my voyage :)
#2
I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.

Interesting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.

No vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me :)
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M0nk3h
I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.
Interesting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.
No vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me :)

The battery of the Voyage last for weeks, and it's much better on the eyes for reading a lot :)
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M0nk3h
I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.

Interesting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.

No vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me :)


Two totally different kinds of screens. One is eink and other is the usual which is not very good for reading.
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M0nk3h
I could be wrong here, purely because I'm not into e-readers, but wouldn't it be much more beneficial to go with a Fire HD 8? It's half the price and you'd still have access to their book store (obvs) and a full blown tablet on top.

Interesting to see why people would want a full blown e-reader over a tablet.

No vote from me but yeah, feel free to correct me :)


Kindles are a thing of beauty. You can get lost in them, just like you would a book. Tablets are tablets. Bright, tough on the eyes when you're trying to concentrate, but a great all rounder.
#6
I can't stand reading from a backlit LCD screen due to the brightness. This looks ideal.

Cheers

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