Amazon's next Kindle e-reader will have a "Paperwhite" backlit display

Amazon's next Kindle e-reader will have a "Paperwhite" backlit display

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New Ever since Barnes & Noble debuted its backlit Nook e-reader, all eyes have been on Amazon for its upgraded Kindle. Now it looks like Amazon’s backlit e-reader has been leaked, ahead of the company’s media event next week. The Verge has gotten its hands on a series of images...
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