Kindle Paperwhite @ Amazon (prime day) - £79.99 down from £109.99
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Kindle Paperwhite @ Amazon (prime day) - £79.99 down from £109.99

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Found 10th JulMade hot 10th Jul
Amazon prime day offer on Kindle paperwhite in black and white. Also Kindle voyage on offer for £129.99 down from £169.99 (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Amazon-Kindle-Voyage-6-Inch-4GB-E-Reader/dp/B00IOY524S/ref=sr_1_3?s=prime-day&psr=PDAY&ie=UTF8&qid=1499714901&sr=1-3&keywords=kindle)


Hope this helps someone

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Thanks, held off purchasing one last month hoping it came down. Heattt

Thanks, just ordered the Voyage. Have some heat.

Not bad price but was cheaper when John Lewis reduced the price and others followed.

No physical page turn buttons and no keyboard? I'll stick with my original Kindle!

Good deal compared to its usual price though I suppose.

I have a number of textbooks in pdf format, but the pages are scanned, not OCR'd. Can anyone confirm I would be able to add notes to these while reading them on the paperwhite? (The research I've done seems to suggest you can only add notes to PDFs with searchable text)/

thekitkatshuffler

No physical page turn buttons and no keyboard? I'll stick with my … No physical page turn buttons and no keyboard? I'll stick with my original Kindle!Good deal compared to its usual price though I suppose.


I was wary with no physical page turn buttons because I find swiping while reading one-handed really awkward, but you can actually tap the right/left edge of the screen to turn pages, which feels really natural. Touch-screen keyboard just makes the device smaller/allows for a bigger screen...

Good price but thanks to one of chanchis late night deals last year I paid £39 from Tesco Direct! Voted hot for current price and j appreciate you can't go back in time!

Apply for an Amazon credit card before you buy and get a £20 gift voucher, just got mine for £59

Tenterten

I have a number of textbooks in pdf format, but the pages are scanned, … I have a number of textbooks in pdf format, but the pages are scanned, not OCR'd. Can anyone confirm I would be able to add notes to these while reading them on the paperwhite? (The research I've done seems to suggest you can only add notes to PDFs with searchable text)/



I have gone into a scanned PDF document in my Paperwhite and found a notes option but there was no way that I could add any notes.

Worth having a quick look in your local tesco for the genuine kindle case as they have been reduced to 7 quid recently. Don't know how many will be left now but better than paying full whack elsewhere.

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Edited by: "Siddas" 11th Jul

SirSpanky

I was wary with no physical page turn buttons because I find swiping … I was wary with no physical page turn buttons because I find swiping while reading one-handed really awkward, but you can actually tap the right/left edge of the screen to turn pages, which feels really natural. Touch-screen keyboard just makes the device smaller/allows for a bigger screen...


It's even slightly easier than that. If you imagine the screen is divided in two, the left side goes to the previous page and the right to the next page. It's not split down the middle though, it's more like the first 2cm on the left is to go back and the entire screen right of that is for the next page as obviously you tend to want the next page more often than the previous one.
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