Love my Kindle Paper White. It has made me a diligent book reader! Much better for my eyes to read on Paper White than my iPad Air 2.
Just can not understand that I did not buy Kindle earlier! Highly recommend both if you read many books, or would like to read more!
Btw, works wonderfully with Calibre - a program for Windows and Mac, for free, which makes it easy to convert epub-books to Kindle format (Mobi)
Spontaneous-bought a Paperwhite on Webhallen because I got tired of how thick the latest Martins Song of Ice and Fire book was, even in the pocket. I like to read anywhere, anytime, and to keep the book with one hand, then, very beneficial. With a Kindle there is no problem.
The screen is absolutely incredibly good, and extremely similar to a standard sheet of paper. Without lights, it has a pleasant, warm white / gray tone and properly daylight, it is just like reading a book on paper. When you turn on the front light illumination (which is half the point of the Paperwhite model) then the page instead very cold white. There is no direct problem in itself, but maybe it's something you have to get used to a little over.
Besides, it is fast, easy to use, and very smooth. Buy books through Amazon goes just fine, a quick contact with their support over chat made by the sponsor on the device (Kindles in Sweden are sold with advertising, but when no alternative is so Amazon is generous to deactivate this function, if you ask for it), and Calibre manages easy loading of books from other sources.
A little corny that they do not wish to support ePUB directly to the reader, but it is on the other side better to convert into MOBI or their own format anyway, to get metadata and cover art, which makes it much more fun to browse through the books on the device later.
I am very pleased with lesebrette
I also have a PocketBook 840 inkpad and Kobo Glo HD. I'm pretty happy with all three. Kindleln I use, however, especially the books I bought through Amazon. Inkpad: one is however the one I use the most, mainly because of the size, but also because it can handle PDFs significantly better than both the Kindle and Kobo. Kobo has a better screen and support for more formats than Kindle which means that I use it for everything else when I want a slightly smaller screen (eg traveling). The poor support for other formats than Amazon's own (above all Epub) pulls down the grade a bit.
Fantastic tablet that revolutionized my reading. The screen is pleasant to read on, it's small, fits well in the hand and the built-in functionality is virtually perfect. Incredibly easy to order books from Amazon, which suits me fine since I usually read in English.
The books from Amazon is quite expensive, but it is possible to buy e-books from Swedish sites (Adlibris, Bokus etc.) and then convert and email / overlay via the "Calibre".
The one I bought via Amazon Marketplace arrived with "Special Offers", ie advertising on the home screen (and lock screen), but I talked with Amazon Support who were kind enough to remove the advertisements for free since it was bought in Sweden.