Shocking Battery Life!
I’ve had 4 Kindle Voyage E- Readers and in all cases the Battery Failed either during the warranty period, or just outside of it!
So I’ve spent a fortune buying E - Books that I now cannot read unless I purchase another Kindle which I would not.
I’ve been duck-shoved between Amazon Australia and Amazon in the USA without an offer to replace the device. My last Kindle was only 4 months out of warranty but Amazon refused to replace it!
This product is not fit for purpose and I will never deal with Amazon again.
My little friend that goes everywhere with me.
Ok...it's expensive. I got it on special for $269. The good bits: it's light, the backlight makes reading easier in any lighting conditions and it automatically adjusts to the light. It's text is sharp and easy to read. You can turn pages by touching the screen or the tactile buttons on the side. The screen is easy to clean. Dictionary look-ups, making notes and highlights and earmarks are easy. The not so good bits: The screen varies in colour just slightly from top to bottom. It doesn't have 3G, just wi-fi. The clarity is not that muc...h better than my old Kindle Keyboard (a brilliant piece of kit). It doesn't have text-to-speech (the Kindle Keyboard does). Battery life is OK but nothing outstanding. The autoadjusting backlight sometimes doesn't work. Overall, I wouldn't bother spending the extra for a Voyage. If I had my time over, I'd buy a top line Paperwhite instead.
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