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Amazon introduces a new Kindle Scribe with a 10.2-inch display and pen

The Kindle Scribe comes with a battery-free Basic Pen or Premium Pen, which has an eraser and a programmable shortcut button.

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The new Kindle Scribe, which combines reading and writing, was unveiled by Amazon. The 10.2-inch, 300 pixels per inch (ppi), Paperwhite display on the Kindle Scribe is the first of its kind, and it also comes with a battery-free pen. The Kindle Scribe is designed for reading and taking notes in millions of books, annotating documents, journaling, and more. 

Kindle Scribe features

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With a 10.2-inch, 300 ppi, glare-free display, an auto-adjusting front light, and a pen that never has to be charged, the 5.8 mm-thin Kindle Scribe is the perfect travel companion. A natural and comfortable experience is produced by the glare-free display’s engineering, which mimics the feel and flow of a pen on paper.

In addition to offering plenty of space for reading and taking notes, the wide, high-resolution Paperwhite display also enhances the attractiveness of photographs, illustrations, and graphics and offers margins that are simple to modify.

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Kindle Scribe features

You can choose between the Basic or Premium pen with Kindle Scribe. Both pens have a natural feel in your hand, give astounding precision, and magnetically attach to the side of the device. They also support various line widths, a highlighter tool, an eraser tool, and an undo tool, all of which are conveniently located in the writing menu that appears on the screen. The Premium Pen also has a dedicated eraser on top and a programmable shortcut button that, when pressed, turns the pen into an eraser, highlighter, or opens a new sticky note.

Kindle’s new digital sticky notes With Scribe, you can add handwritten notes to millions of books with ease. Notes and highlights are automatically grouped together to keep the pages clear. Using a number of templates, such as to-do lists for keeping track of things and lined paper for taking meeting notes, you can also journal or take notes. Beginning in early 2023, all notebooks will also be available via the Kindle app in addition to being automatically stored and backed up to the cloud for free.

You can load private documents from your computer or phone into Kindle Scribe and annotate PDF files directly using the Send-to-Kindle tool. In Microsoft Word documents, online articles, and other document formats with customizable font sizes and layouts, you can import and generate handwritten sticky notes. Beginning in early 2023, you will be able to send files directly from Microsoft Word to Kindle Scribe.

Like every other Kindle currently on the market, the new Kindle Scribe enables you to customise your experience by changing the font size, widening the space between lines, or activating dark mode. Customers reading with larger font sizes will also see more text per page on the Kindle Scribe’s huge display, and they may enlarge objects like the text on the home screen and book icons by selecting the “large mode” preset.

On Kindle devices, including Kindle Scribe, customers who read with assistive technology can use the VoiceView screen reader from Amazon. Customers can also read using Kindle mobile apps using screen readers that operate at the operating system (OS) level, such as TalkBack on Android or VoiceOver on iOS. On Kindle devices and apps, Kindle offers more than 12 million books that are compatible with screen readers.

Kindle Scribe Pricing and Availability

The price of Kindle Scribe will start at $339. The Kindle Scribe comes with a battery-free Basic Pen or Premium Pen, which has an eraser and a programmable shortcut button. It is available in Tungsten and has storage options of 16 GB, 32 GB, or 64 GB. There will be new leather, premium leather, and fabric coverings in a range of colours that can be folded to support the Kindle Scribe at various reading angles.

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Komila Singh
Komila Singhhttp://www.gadgetbridge.com
Komila is one of the most spirited tech writers at Gadget Bridge. Always up for a new challenge, she is an expert at dissecting technology and getting to its core. She loves to tinker with new mobile phones, tablets and headphones.

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