Should be called Papergray, not Paperwhite
- by ミッシェル,
Overall, it’s a good device for reading tons of books without the need to take space in your home. But any smartphone can do that too. So, what really would make it a worth buying device is the reading experience, the feeling of the device. What I like is the screen size, the light weight, and the color temperature option. What I hate is the distracting gray background. This alone ruins half the experience, specially in moderate light conditions.Every e-book maker seems to use the same technology from eink, with the same too grayish screen since the first ereader decades ago. If you already have an ereader, It’s not worth any upgrade until they create a real black in white ereader instead of this black in gray.And BTW, the power button location is kind of genius, the perfect place to press by mistake with your pinky finger, and at the same time hard to find when you really want to turn on or off. It is in the worst place possible. Top right is where it should be.I like the option to disable touch screen, but they should improve it. First, it should be easier to access, directly on the top tap menu(there is enough space there), not hidden in the three dots. Second, it should be able to enable touch again with a swipe top to down, instead of the inconveniently slow turn off/ turn on method.Other inconvenience is the margin options, it should have option for an almost no margin at the sides, so we could enjoy all the real state of the 6.8 inch screen. The device has already the frame, don’t need a margin with the same thickness.