Kindle Paperwhite 2016 is the current king of ebook readers
Amazon released a new Kindle Paperwhite in July 2016 with specifications similar to the 2015 edition, except the new one is available in white. This is in contrast with Amazon’s usually black Kindles, the reason may be that they are looking to improve the reading experience by giving a white frame that almost blends in with the background colour and gives off the illusion of a bigger screen.
The best feature of the Paperwhite is the 300 ppi screen – a step up from the previous model that was at 212 ppi. The screen is, of course, traditionally monochrome which in my opinion provides a much better reading experience. Anyway, if you want a colour screen and different media, an e-book is not a good solution for you, you’d better go for a tablet. It’s good to mention that the device has a sunken screen which makes the Paperwhite more affordable at roughly around $119.