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July 24, 2015
Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite has twice the pixels of the previous generation making it the highest-resolution e-reader available. At 300 ppi resolution the quality equals what can be output on a laser printer. 

A popular choice on Atlanta-based incentive house LoyaltyWorks' award catalog, the lightweight and long- Kindle Paperwhite's glare-free e-ink display is readable even in bright sunshine, such as at the beach. The illumination offered for darkened rooms is from the front- rather than backlit to reduce eyestrain, by not shining light in your eyes. Users can highlight passages and take notes, adjust the text size, look up words in the built-in dictionary, connect with friends via Goodreads, and translate passages. An optional Kindle Unlimited account provides access to more than 800,000 ebooks. 

The $119 Wi-Fi version connects to home networks and also offers users free access to AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots across the United States. The $189 Wi-Fi + 3G version also offers free cellular connectivity to download books in more than 100 countries and territories. 

For more information, visit www.loyaltyworks.com