We seem to be going eco-friendly with just about everything these days and it's time to add to the list with Amazon’s newest Kindle (or should we say on it). The newest Kindle features a 10.2in, 300 PPI, HD, front-lit display and comes with a pen too. So you can put all that paper to better use and reduce that waste!
The new large display supposedly feels just like writing on paper, allowing you to take notes on all your books, create to-do lists, planners and get to work on the device too! To keep your eyes comfortable, it sports the usual adjustable warm light, auto-adjusting front light, and USB-C charging.
At just 5.8 mm thin, the Scribe comes with two pen options– Basic or Premium. While both pens deliver incredible precision and a natural feel, the Premium Pen also includes a dedicated eraser on top and a customizable shortcut button, giving it the functionality of an eraser or highlighter, or to open a new sticky note when the button is pressed. They both magnetically attach to the side of the device and offer a variety of line widths, too.
When it comes to reading, the Kindle Stores worldwide offer over 13 million titles, including millions of nonfiction books. The Kindle Scribe itself comes with a free, four-month Kindle Unlimited membership with access to over 3 million eBooks and more. The new device lets you personalize your experience in the form of adjusting the font size, increasing the line spacing, or switching to dark mode. Customers who read with assistive technology can now use Amazon’s VoiceView screen reader to read English-language books on Kindle devices—including Kindle Scribe.
Designed using 100% recycled aluminium and 48% post-consumer recycled plastics, the Kindle Scribe will be available in Tungsten with 16GB, 32 GB, or 64 GB options starting at $339.