Amazon’s upgrades to its entry-level Kindle should finally silence critics

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PC World

Last year, Amazon spiffed up the Kindle Paperwhite, infusing its mid-tier e-reader with an array of premium hardware upgrades. The tweaks were enough to push the humbler entry-level Kindle firmly out of the spotlight given its inferior screen, lower number of front light LEDs, and lack of waterproofing. But now the basic Kindle is getting its own luxe touches. Announced Tuesday, the 2022 Kindle sports a much higher resolution screen and double the storage of its predecessor. Its 6-inch display jumps to 300 ppi from 167 ppi in previous generations, the same resolution of more expensive models (…

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