亚马逊美国 Kindle Voyage 昨天首发，官网第一条评价出来了。而且是大大的一条差评！！！
[October 22, 2014] By Bookworm Fitness Guru (这名字比较有意思：书虫-Fitness Guru)
First time I am disappointed on my Kindle （2星）
Unfortunately, I received a defective one. The light was yellowish towards the top of the screen and bluish towards the middle and bottom of the screen. I really liked the sharper text, but the light was worse than my Paperwhite and it was too distracting. The Voyage is much smaller and lighter than the paperwhite, so I liked that, too. However, the light was a deal-breaker. Many people are reporting the same issue so I don*t think it*s a random defect. I would had tried getting a replacement, but I would have to wait until November 26 even though I pre-ordered back in September.
中文翻译（贴吧上摘的）：太不幸了，给我了个残品。背光上边发黄，中间和下边发蓝。虽然看上去很清楚，但是背光还不如我的paperwhite，太令人伤心了。 voyage比paperwhite小而且轻，这个不错，但是都让背光毁了。很多人都在说背光的事情，所以我应该不是独一户。我已经申请换台了，但是不得 不等到11/26，虽然我9月就订了。
I got my Voyage yesterday, and fortunately it didn't have any of the screen issues others have found. I was a bit underwhelmed by it's "dinkyness". This thing is tiny! I couldn't believe it when the UPS guy brought it to my door in a little padded envelope. I guess that's good, in a sense, but it makes me wonder why this thing justifies a whopping $269 price tag? I really don't see the big deal with the pressure sensitive page turning feature, (all you'd have to do is lightly touch the screen on one side or the other to do the same thing), or the barely noticeable "haptic" feedback. To me this nothing but merchandising hype. Another thing I was a bit disappointed with is the blackness (or should I say, the lack of) in the type. The blacks are still a bit gray, not the really jet black I was expecting from the Voyage's description. I think I would have been better off by spending this kind of money on something like a Nexus 7 where I could have Kindle reading capability, as well as a brilliant color display, even higher resolution and full email and web browsing capability. I am not impressed to say the least.
亚马逊美国版Kindle Voyage 晒单+评测
Almost like Paperwhite v1 all over again （3 Star）by SAM
I've got mixed feelings on this one, unfortunately. This review is coming from a kindle enthusiast who has owned or used nearly every variation of the device since the 1st generation.
Size & Weight
It's noticeably smaller and lighter than the Paperwhite. When I saw the specs it didn't really strike me as something that would make much difference to me, but in real life it's actually great. The Voyage fits into a few of my coat pockets that the Paperwhite was just a little too big to fit into.
I know there's a separate product page for the origami cover, but it's worth mentioning here as it is the "official" cover. The origami cover is ugly and I was skeptical, but I actually love it. It's weird because it opens by flipping over the top like a notepad. This actually makes it more comfortable to hold when the cover is open, in my opinion. It's hard to describe, but there are a lot more ways to hold the Voyage when it's attached to this cover, and just generally is more comfortable to use. The origami part of the case works great as well... it stands vertically or horizontally (if you're laying down and reading, this is amazing).
The other great new thing about this case is that the Voyage attaches to it magnetically. It attaches and detaches very easily, unlike the Paperwhite which seemed to be nearly permanently attached to the standard case. This is great because if you decide you want to read the device and appreciate how light/thin it is without a case attached, it's super easy to take it out.
It's pricey but worth it.
One of the new features is PagePress, which has sensors on the outer edge of the device that you can squeeze to turn pages. The device lets you adjust the sensitivity between low/med/high -- by default it's set to medium. I found medium to require squeezing way too hard, what felt unnatural and more than any button would or should require to advance to the next page. I adjusted it to "low" and it works perfectly now. Thumb rests on the sensor, and a gentle squeeze advances the page, and haptic feedback (a tiny vibration/buzz) is there to give you a tactile response that the so-called button was pressed. The haptic feedback can be adjusted (low/med/high)or disabled as well. It doesn't trigger accidentally like I feared it might, and I actually really like it.
The device now has a light sensor in the top left corner that is supposed to detect ambient light levels and adjust the brightness of the Kindle accordingly. I've had very mixed results with this. First, auto brightness is disabled on the device by default -- which seems odd given that it's one of the key new features of the device. The auto brightness worked very briefly when I first got the device, but it always seemed to be a little off from how I would like the screen to look. In lit rooms, it tended to be a little on the darker side, and in dark rooms it was too bright.
Well, shortly after using the Voyage the auto brightness quit working altogether. I restarted the device a few times with no luck. After contacting support, they asked me to proceed with a factory reset. It's worked again since then, but doesn't leave me with a ton of confidence since it started acting up so quickly after getting the device.
I've seen the reports online of users who have a "two toned" screen -- blueish on the bottom, yellowish on the top. I'm afraid to say that I have experienced this as well. Spending upwards of $200 for a luxury ereader, it's really surprising and disappointing that they haven't got this figured out by now -- this is supposed to be a premium device and it's the 3rd generation frontlit reader for amazon. This is reminiscent of the Paperwhite V1 launch with all of the splotchy lighting -- while it was a huge leap over the prior generation, you expect something like this to work perfectly. It doesn't.
The Paperwhite V1 had splotchy lighting, Paperwhite V2 was supposed to have "improved" lighting -- which it did, but still wasn't perfect (mine still had some bright spots)... but to be honest, the lighting on my Paperwhite V2 looks better and more consistent than the Voyage. It's unfortunate that this is a step back. I hope this isn't a widespread issue, but I fear that it is after seeing numerous users on other forums posting about it and sharing pictures of their device. It'll be a shame if the only upgrade next year will be a Voyage V2 with "improved lighting", just like what happened with the Paperwhite. I'll be more skeptical about being an early adopter next time.
Aside from the uneven lighting, which I can't decide how distracting it is, the contrast and picture quality of the screen is outstanding. When I compare the text from my Paperwhite V2 to the Voyage side-by-side, the text on the Paperwhite almost looks blurry -- which I wouldn't have believed until I saw it myself.
In conclusion, my favorite things about the Voyage are how much more comfortable it is to use (the origami cover offering more ways to hold/use the device, the pagepress sensor working great), the quality of the screen is outstanding, but the uneven lighting and flakey auto brightness are leaving me disappointed. I'm not sure if these were rushed out too quickly or if Amazon has poor quality control, but either way it's unacceptable.
当然好评还是不少的，现在美亚已经有几十条了，查看官网评价： kindle Voyage 56+评价
注：上面晒单是Kindle Voyage 美国版，国行版还在预定状态，可以查看亚马逊官网链接如下：
目前亚马逊已经有3款 Kindle 电纸书了（价格3个档次：499-899-1499），那哪一款适合你呢？
【请看购买攻略】Kindle Voyage/Kindle6/Paperwhite2 应该买哪一款?