Kindle had always been a no-brainer purchase at a "don't think too hard about it" price point that made upgrading to each new model actually feasible. But two hundred for a higher resolution screen and a $2 dollar photo sensor module? Color me confused.
I clicked the link with every intention of buying after reading the comments here, but I can't believe no one mentioned the (hefty) price tag!
Seeing how attached many people seem to be to their Kindle reinforces that position. I might just have to buy one to see what that's all about.
The people who buy this will be existing Kindle owners who can't do without their Kindle but want the existing problems addressed.
I'd bet a huge majority of purchasers of the Voyager are mostly-happy current Kindle users.
I'm not upgrading my Paperwhite V2 at the new price, I likely would have at the same price.