The tablet craze has died down a little and Amazon is still quietly plugging away with the best portable reading experience possible. The Kindle Paperwhite has just received a refresh and the new one features an e-ink screen that has an incredible 300ppi (pixels per inch). This kind of resolution comes at no extra cost to you and the new 2015 Kindle Paperwhite will replace their current 2013 version in the near future. Amazon has nailed this market and they show no signs of giving up anytime soon.
Unless you are incredibly finicky about the technology of your e-reader, there's just not much reason to spend the extra $80 to get the Voyage. The Voyage gives you improved contrast, quasi-button zones for turning pages, an adaptive backlight, and 12 percent less weight than other Kindles, but I don’t really think those things add up to being worth the extra cost.