Now with a 300ppi pixel density (up from 212ppi), the Paperwhite sits alongside Amazon's £170 Kindle Voyage in terms of resolution but does miss an adaptive front light, a thinner and lighter design, and PagePress, a pressure-sensitive button that allows you to turn the page on your Kindle.
If the aforementioned features don't really excite you, you could save yourself a cool £60 on the Paperwhite. Its 6in E-ink Carta display is the same used in the Voyage. That may sound like an incredible deal but there is competition, with the Kobo Glo HD.
Kindle Paperwhite E-reader, 6" High-Resolution Display (300 ppi) with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi (Black) - Includes Special Offers