Tech Review Source have taken a look at the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 3G - let's see what they thought of it:\n \n[QUOTE]"Overall, Amazon has another winner here. Existing Kindle Touch owners should probably pass, as their version has more memory and a headphone jack, and Amazon makes a very nice leather case with an extendable LED light for that model. The Sony Reader PRS-T2 lacks a light and has less of an ecosystem around it, but at 5.9 ounces, it's the lightest touch screen reader on the market, and you can write in notes and underline passages with the included stylus. If you already have a Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight, our current Editors' Choice ebook reader, there's little reason to switch, especially given your existing investment in Nook-compatible ebooks. And if you have an earlier Nook, it's still safe to upgrade to the GlowLight, as it's an excellent device all its own. \n \nIf you're deciding between the base Kindle Paperwhite and the Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight from scratch, that's tougher, especially both devices cost the same. The Nook weighs a bit less; it doesn't serve ads; it comes with an AC adapter, headphone jack, and memory card slot; and it works with the popular ePub ebook format, which Kindles still don't accept. The Paperwhite is thinner, feels nicer, has a sharper screen with better contrast, and has better lighting—in other words, it's a better ebook reader. If that's your priority, it's tough to go wrong with the Kindle Paperwhite. As soon as we can get our hands on a base, Wi-Fi-only model and test one, we'll report back."[/QUOTE]\n \nYou can read their full review [URL="http://www.techreviewsource.com/GPS-Tablets-Handhelds/amazon-kindle-paperwhite-3g"]here[/URL].