Which is The Best Ereader for the Eyes – The Kindle PaperWhite or Kindle Voyage?

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10 thoughts on “Which is The Best Ereader for the Eyes – The Kindle PaperWhite or Kindle Voyage?”

  1. Hi, excellent tips on preventing eye fatigue. Certainly a major issue when constantly staring at a computer screen all day. I also like how the e-reader you recommend isn’t overly bright. The tablet screens are so harsh so reading right before bed isn’t the best thing for sleep. Thanks for the post!

    1. Thank you, Jeff. So many of us hardly consider eye-care when it comes to these devices. It is good to know that the Kindle tops the other ereaders in this regard.

  2. I’m looking to replace my old Kindle with a newer version, so I was happy to find this post. It’s good for me to know why the Kindle PaperWhite and Voyage are the best options for ereaders. I’d tried to read books on my tablet and it just wasn’t a good experience.

    Thanks also for the safe reading tips! It’s always good to remember these things.

    1. Hi Samantha, I am glad you found this post helpful. I agree with you that the tablet does not provide you with a good reading experience. With all the great features on the new versions of the kindle, it does make reading so much more enjoyable. All the best!

  3. Oh yes, I’ve had many headaches associated with eye strain! I can sit for hours on my computer or playing a game on my phone and it’s amazing how bad it can make your head hurt!
    You give really great advice here, especially the part about taking breaks. Your eyes have to “exercise” by focusing on things at different distances. You know what you’re talking about!

    1. Hi Dara, thank you for your comment. I too, have been getting these headache as I do a lot of work on the computer. But after researching this and applying this to my own life, I am at a better place now. All the best!

  4. This is great. This is definitely a concern for my boy. He has an IPAD at my place and kindle at his moms. I limit the use of Ipad at my place because I’m always concerned about his vision going bad. I’m not sure how much time his mom limits with his kindle use. But it’s great that people are inventing products with screen that considers eye strain.

    1. Hi Joon,

      Thank you for your comment. I encourage you to have a conversation with mom about his use of these devices. The Kindle Voyage have E Ink screens, (or electrophoretic) while tablets have LCD screens and this makes all the difference. All the best!

  5. I do love a Kindle but am aware that eye strain is a very real problem. Your article gave me some interesting ways to try to minimize the strain on my eyes which I found really helpful.
    I like the idea of having a screen that is not so bright, and will certainly use your recommendations the next time I need to upgrade.

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