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Cheapest Kindle Paperwhite Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 941.00

The Kindle Paperwhite is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Kindle Paperwhite price in Hong Kong is HK$ 941.00 from Amazon. Kindle Paperwhite price details are updated October 2018.

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Price List by Country for Kindle Paperwhite

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 941.00 HK$ 941.00
Indonesia IDR 1.662.000 HK$ 858.00
Malaysia MYR 462.00 HK$ 871.00
Philippines PHP 4,309.00 HK$ 627.00
Singapore SGD 129.00 HK$ 746.00
Thailand THB 1,641 HK$ 392.00
Vietnam VND 2.500.000 HK$ 843.00

Kindle Paperwhite 格價表香港

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 香港 Price and Specs

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2018): An Upgrade Worth Looking Into

To this day, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite remains as one of the most popular e-readers on the market. This device has been upgraded from its 2015 version and now comes with a better screen, an enhanced Bookerly font, and a new typesetting engine that improves reading experience. Although Amazon hasn’t given the Kindle Paperwhite a new name, it offers new features and upgrades that are worth mentioning.

Improved display

One of the most notable improvements in the Kindle Paperwhite 2018 is the improved display quality in which the pixel density is now 300ppi (an increase of 212ppi above its predecessor). With that, texts appear sharper, lowering the risk of eye strain when reading for many hours. The same effect applies to reading tiny fonts, as doing so will be more comfortable.

Design-wise, it still looks similar to the Kindle Paperwhite 2013 version, with the sturdy black plastic covering at the back and the Kindle branding on the front. Much like other Kindle devices, the Kindle Paperwhite doesn’t come with a micro SD card slot but it offers enough built-in storage for thousands of e-books. You will also get access to the Cloud Drive as long as the books you have purchased are from Amazon.

Bookerly font and new typesetting engine

While this font isn’t something new in Amazon tablets, it has made its debut on the Kindle Paperwhite line of e-readers this year. The Bookerly Font is a combination of Caecilia and Palatino typefaces which is effective for use on digital displays. This will help readers read more comfortably with a lower risk of eyestrain regardless of the type size.

Compared to its predecessors Kindle Paperwhite 2015 and 2013, this year’s iteration has a new typesetting engine that improves font sizes and reduces white space. You won’t see the distracting and awkward spacing between characters which was one of the biggest issues in previous Kindle devices.

Kindle Store

If you feel more comfortable using a desktop when shopping for e-books, then go for it since it’s easy to transfer a book to your Kindle Paperwhite. However, if you will get the 3G version, you can shop for e-books without having to connect to a Wi-Fi network.

Long-lasting battery life

While Amazon upgraded the Kindle Paperwhite’s display quality, there’s no noticeable improvement in its battery life. Much like its predecessors, it still can last for a few weeks on a single charge. But if you want to extend its battery life, you can keep your WiFi off and see it can get through six weeks of use.

Reviews of Kindle Paperwhite

techcrunch.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-28
The e-reader arms race moves at a glacial pace. Barnes & Noble does one thing, Amazon follows. Amazon adds a feature and, slowly but surely, B&N adds the same thing. While the Kindle itself has been updated five times since 2008, it seems like it's been a...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-30
Sharp display, New font and advanced typesetting, Improved parental controls, Expanded storage
Power adapter sold separately, No audio port
Credit: Jeremy Lips/Tom's Guide The Paperwhite is designed to bring users back to the bare bones of e-readers, with no color, videos or apps to distract. As for aesthetics, the 2015 version maintains the same design as the previous two models, with a soft...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-10
Great, high-res screen, Fantastic new font, Excellent battery life, Tons of storage, Easy to use, Affordable
Ad-free version costs an extra $20
Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite is the now best e-reader on the market, a feat it accomplished with essentially just two updates: a new high-resolution screen and a new font.It's true: Amazon 's thinner, lighter Kindle Voyage has more bells and whistles, l...
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wsj.com
Reviewed on 2015-06-30
Charles Dickens loved to read outdoors. It's said that he even practiced public readings of his work in a garden at his home where he penned “Great Expectations.” If Dickens had read on an iPad, however, we may have never gotten Estella and Pip's unrequit...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-22
Here's how I read on a tablet: I open the Kindle app. I read for somewhere between four and nine seconds. A notification pops up: I have a new email or someone tweeted a funny link at me. I tap on that notification, and check out whatever's come in. I che...
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ubergizmo.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-28
I used to read a lot of books. Physical books printed on paper and bound up. I love the feel of the spines, the cover designs, and even the musty smell used books have when you buy them from hole-in-the-wall book shops.While I've tried to transition to re...
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wired.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-09
Amazon continues to improve its eink screen and lighting features, which are nearly on par with an ecosystem that can't be beat. The Page Flip feature is a fantasybook reader's wish come true with quick access to maps without losing your place
Still no ability to create multiple accounts for adults reading the same book
The new Paperwhite isn't a huge leap forward compared to Amazon's first model. But unlike the smartphone world where marginal updates are supplemented with features no one will actually use, the Paperwhite's incremental updates are actually useful. Are th...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2012-11-26
Built-in light, e-ink touchscreen, battery life
Unintuitive interface, tied into Amazon books ecosystem, expensive for 3G
THE KINDLE PAPERWHITE is Amazon's first touchscreen model with an illuminated screen. It supersedes the Kindle Touch model that came out in the UK in April, which is no longer on sale....
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-09
Everything. The screen, the light technology, the build and the ecosystem are fantastic. That's all you need. This is the perfect ideal of what an ereader should be. And it's the easiest thing to use. The chintzy materials of previous Kindles have been re...
This isn't a complaint about the Paperwhite per se, but I found myself missing the experience of holding and handling a physical book. The smell, the weight, being able to flip through pages on a whim. I don't think I'll ever completely ditch my book coll...
It's amazing what a little light can do to alter the landscape of an entire market. Here we are thinking, “Ok, the e-reader is on its last legs. Time for the tablets to come in and clean up shop.” But these old stalwarts are alive and doing quite well, th...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-02
Great front-lit displayExcellent contrastUseful new software
Less comfortable to hold than the NookStarting price includes adsNo expandable storage
More Info Amazon announces $119 Kindle Paperwhite with illuminated, capacitive touch display Amazon Kindle Paperwhite hands-on Amazon breaks down its Kindle Paperwhite light technology (video) If you had told us at roughly this time last year that the e-r...
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gearlive.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-01
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the-gadgeteer.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-29
Light weight, Screen is bright and crisp in any lighting situation (though you may have to play with the built in light's settings), No need for additional lights or covers for reading at night, Adding a smart cover gives you instant access to where you left of (no SO version), No more spooky dead author screensavers...
Not fully available internationally
For the last two years I’ve been more than happy with my Kindle Keyboard (3) 3G and haven’t seen the need to upgrade to any of the newer Kindle versions. Smaller size or touch interface never seemed to be a driving factor to warrant spending the ext...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-17
Perfect for people who read a lot of books, The screen lighting makes the Paperwhite the most versatile dedicated book reader, The form factor is sleek, Long battery life
The device is filled with ads and promos, You'll have to pay extra for a wall charger for the USB cable, If you are a regular computer and Internet user, a tablet can do more
The Kindle, Amazon's E Ink reader, will turn five years old in November. In the course of half a decade, the slab-shaped device captured the imagination (and dollars) of many book readers. Amazon has iterated on the Kindle's design and function several ti...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been the star of the show as late, but we can’t forget they have a huge hand in the eReader world. Amazon isn’t ready to leave their bread and butter behind and with that we have the all new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite, the first ...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-09
Bright, high contrast screen, Front light, Battery life (2-8 weeks), Improved touch interface, USB charging
DRM book selection, Non-compatible with other e-book stores, No expanded storage or microSD
Amazon's Kindle kicked off the e-reader and tablet phenomenon and continues to reign supreme today. Many thought dedicated e-book readers would die out with the introduction of the iPad a couple of years ago, but sales remain strong. With the Kindle Paper...
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-06
Excellent E-Ink display that's sharper with good frontlighting. Slim and light
No expansion slot, no hardware page turn buttons
twitter: @lisagade) Amazon has Kindle models for everyone: touch screen Kindles, keyboarded Kindles, LCD tablet Kindles and now the Kindle Paperwhite with a side-lit E-Ink display. The Paperwhite competes with the Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch wit...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-05
Crisp edge-lighting. Sharp new fonts. Fast, smooth, touch-based UI. Improved home screen. Robust content ecosystem.
Ads cost $20 to remove. No more headphone jack
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite ($119 direct) is a spectacular ebook reader for the price, thanks to its new capacitive screen and superior, integrated lighting. It also features a sleek, soft-touch design in handsome black, with a much-improved ho...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-01
Crisp edge-lighting. Sharp new fonts. Fast, smooth, touch-based UI. Improved home screen. Robust app ecosystem.
Ads cost $20 to remove. No more headphone jack. 3G version costs as much as 7-inch color tablets
Once Barnes & Noble introduced the Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight $115.95 at Amazon, the first E Ink-based ebook reader with edge lighting, it was only a matter of time before Amazon responded. Enter the Kindle Paperwhite 3G ($179 direct), an e...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-30
The Kindle Paperwhite is a pivotal step forward for the technology of ereaders. It makes previous generations feel like a pulpy paperback held up next to an ornately illustrated tome. In short: this is the best ereader you can buy.An e-ink reader with a f...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-30
Terrific looking display, Amazon's ecosystem is outstanding, Performance is snappy
Opting out of ads costs money, No charger included, 3G option is pricey
So, I curled up with the Kindle Paperwhite and put it through its paces. Is it the best e-reader ever? Does the display dispatch the nearest competition? And most importantly — did I finish any books I started? If you want to know the answers, read on for...
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