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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite eReader $139.20 C&C (Or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys eBay

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Available in both black and white for $139.20

NEW Kindle B00QJDU3KY Paperwhite Black eReader
NEW Kindle B017DOUYX8 Paperwhite White eReader

The all-new Kindle Paperwhite now has a 300 PPI display with crisp, laser quality text that reads like real paper without glare, even in bright sunlight. A built-in adjustable light evenly illuminates the screen for perfect reading anytime, anywhere

  • High-resolution 300 ppi display - reads like real paper.
  • Bookerly, our exclusive font, designed to read easily and comfortably at all sizes.
  • Built-in adjustable light - read day and night.
  • Unlike tablets, no screen glare, even in bright sunlight.
  • A single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours.
  • Lighter than a paperback, holds thousands of books.

Original P20TGGS 20% off The Good Guys on eBay Deal Post

One of the highly recommended purchase from Best Purchase under $1000 to Improve Quality of Life?

I went looking for kindle ebooks and noticed Amazon has 30 day free trial for their KindleUnlimited service

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  • +5 votes

    Good price. I love my Paperwhite. It is honestly, my valuable piece of technology I own and it's probably the least high tech bit too.

    • +4 votes

      Yeah a lot of people recommended one in this thread, so I've been looking for a discounted one :)

      Best Purchase under $1000 to Improve Quality of Life?

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      Is the extra 88dpi worth upgrading from gen2?

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        I haven't owned one older than gen 3, but watching comparison videos I kind of doubt it unless you're reading complex PDFs often. I think at this stage it'd be more worth waiting for the next generation if you've already got one. If the next gen has adjustable backlight temperature then that'd make a much bigger difference than just a resolution increase. I know there's only speculation at this point, and as such I wouldn't suggest anyone who doesn't already have an e-reader wait for any possible next generation, but I think it's a possibility worth considering in the case of people seeking an upgrade from a perfectly serviceable e-reader.

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      I own two Kindle eBook readers, an older model with buttons to turn pages (bought back in 2011), and a slightly old gen Paperwhite (bought from a 2015 Dick-Smith deal posted here). I just wish ePub files were readable on them. I know I can use Calibre to convert them into Mobi format, but there are always formatting issues with such converted eBooks. That's my only gripe with Kindle eBook readers. Otherwise, they're absolutely fantastic. Does anyone know if there's an eBook reader that accepts both ePub and Mobi books without converting them?

  • +1 vote

    It says all-new but this is still the 2015 version right?

    • +1 vote

      yea, wanted to know as well. I bought paperwhite 1.5 years ago and wondering if this one is an updated version.

      • +1 vote

        Yep, this is the 2015 version, Kindle Paperwhite 3

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        Kindle paperwhite hardware hasn't been updated since 2015. That's why i am looking for good deals on kindle oasis from ages but unfortunately good guys don't sell them and officeworks is always excluded from these deals. The best place to buy kindle oasisis probably Amazon + CR 10% cashback deal.

        • +3 votes

          Just asking out of interest - what more do you need? They're already light, store a boatload of books, look almost exactly likely paper, turn pages quick, last for ages without charging and work brilliantly in direct sunlight. If you want more features than that I'd be thinking about a proper tablet

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            @Pulseidon: This. It does one thing very well, and if it were to get more features it would simply increase the price to the point where it just wouldn't make sense compared to iPads and tablets.

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            @Pulseidon: Main difference I can see is size : 6" and 7"),
            memory ( 4 GB-8 GB onwards),
            Weight: 205 , 194 gms

            Not sure if it is worth additional price though. Oasis is double the price.

            Edit: Forgot to mention that Oasis is waterproof, which makes it a good option for people reading in pools.

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              @Gaggy: Yeah agreed - 6" is definitely big enough, I don't understand who needs to store thousands of books on their device at once (just have the few you want for the next few weeks/months and store the rest on your computer or Amazon account) and I don't know if I could even notice that weight difference. To be honest having one side of the device be way bigger than the other on the Oasis would annoy me way more than any shortcomings of the Paperwhite

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          looks like there might be a paperwhite 4 coming out with possible colour temperature & audible integration
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fesng2foGEM

  • +1 vote

    Bought one as I'd been meaning to get one for ages, thanks!

  • -1 vote

    Have one haven't used it since i got my iPhone Max.

    • +2 votes

      Is the iPhone e ink now?

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        No but its great to read on, no page flickers, no link bleeding, still like my Kindle especially outdoors. I can get iBooks cheaper though with 20% iTunes vouchers.

  • +3 votes

    I love my Kindle, it just sucks that half the books are more expensive than paperback.

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      But they last forever, never collect dust, are available on multiple devices (at the same time), enable you to search content, save annotations and notes… I still agree paperback should be more expensive but only to stop people buying them. As far as value for money goes, the ebooks far out weight paper books (IMHO).

      • +6 votes

        They don't last forever, though. Let me remind you that, contrary to physical books, you don't actually own any eBook you purchase. Despite all this, I still far prefer reading on my Kindle. The positives far outweigh the negatives. And there are methods of stripping Amazon's DRM if you wish.

    • +4 votes

      people buy books for their kindle?

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        Now that would send you broke..

      • +1 vote

        Yes, I'd say most people do. And it's a good thing they do, otherwise our favourite authors wouldn't have any money to continue writing books.

      • +1 vote

        I got kindle unlimited free for the first month when I got my kindle and now they are giving me another 2 months free

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      I use kindle unlimited

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    Using one for ~6 month, just love it.

  • +1 vote

    I want to buy a Kindle but have never been able to pull the trigger. Is it just me or are they quite overpriced for what they are (all considering it's the same version from 2015)

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    I was wondering if any of this type of devices can do text to speech, so I can just listen to it.

    Thanks in advance

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    can we download books from other providers such as Kobo?

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    just got one. i hope it beats buying books to read.

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    My one is about 3 years old now and won’t hold a charge for more than 2 days. (Was a month when new). Is there a new one coming or is this same hardware?

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    Anyone else getting: We ran into a problem. Please try again later.

    I get this , when trying to apply the discount code.

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    Received my kindle paperwhite yesterday, successfully jailbroke it last night.

    PW3 with firmware v5.8.11

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      What's the benefit of jailbreaking kindle ppw.

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        It lets me set screensaver to the current book cover I'm reading :p

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          Steps to jailbreak it (or a link that has such info, if you know one)? TIA.

          • +1 vote

            @AussieDaddy: I need to stress that if you don't know what you are doing, there's a chance to brick the device. Even if you know what you are doing, there is also a chance to brick it and your warrant will not cover this.

            This is the guide I followed in conjunction with this one(It has pictures).

            Even tho it says only to be used with firmware 5.8.7 or lower, I managed to follow the exact steps for mine with 5.8.11. Others also have had success with it. From the readings I've done, the most important thing is to make sure your kindle does not auto update itself (this means putting it into airplane mode as soon as you can).

            Honestly, read the whole guide thoroughly before starting it because there is a chance to brick the device.

            Advantages of jailbreaking kindle

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    How annoying they just announced a new kindle paperwhite releasing in November.

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