A thorough review on e-Ink touch readers from Marco.
But Instapaper on Kindles isn’t perfect. I’ve been able to generate newspaper-style navigation that works on all non-touch Kindles, but the Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire use new periodical-navigation formats that I haven’t been able to successfully generate yet. I don’t know if Amazon will ever make this possible. And recent changes to Kindle “personal document” storage makes it difficult to delete old Instapaper articles from the Kindle Touch.I don’t actually see any issues with its performance of Kindle Touch. There’s definitely a lag after clicking home screen, and opening a new book, but otherwise page turns are reasonably fast for me.
However, as pointed out, the lack of periodicals support and being unable to delete/archive these documents on the device is really frustrating. I hope Amazon fixes this, along with performance improvements, in the future software updates.