Amazon announced the new Kindle Scribe, which blends reading and writing. The Kindle Scribe features a first-of-its-kind 10.2-inch, 300 pixels per inch (ppi), Paperwhite display with a battery-free pen. The Kindle Scribe is made for journaling, annotating documents, reading and taking notes in millions of books, and more.
Kindle Scribe features
The 5.8 mm-thin Kindle Scribe is the ideal travel companion because it boasts a 10.2-inch, 300 ppi, glare-free display, an auto-adjusting front light, and a pen that never needs to be charged. The engineering of the glare-free display creates a natural and comfortable experience by simulating the feel and movement of a pen on paper.
The large, high-resolution Paperwhite display not only provides enough of room for reading and taking notes, but also improves the appeal of images, illustrations, and graphics and provides easily adjustable margins.
With Kindle Scribe, you may select between the Basic and Premium pen. Both pens are incredibly precise, feel natural in your hand, and magnetically attach to the side of the device. Along with supporting different line widths, they also provide a highlighter, an eraser, and an undo tool, all of which are easily housed in the writing menu that displays on the screen. Additionally, the Premium Pen has a dedicated eraser on the top and a programmable shortcut button that, when pressed, changes the pen into an eraser, highlighter, or starts a new sticky note.
The new digital sticky notes for Kindle You can easily add handwritten notes to millions of books with Scribe. To keep the pages organised, notes and highlights are automatically grouped together. You can also write or take notes using a variety of formats, such as to-do lists for keeping track of tasks and lined paper for recording meeting notes. Beginning in early 2023, all notebooks will be automatically kept and backed up to the cloud for free, and will also be accessible via the Kindle app.
Using the Send-to-Kindle function, you can directly annotate PDF files while loading private documents from your phone or PC into Kindle Scribe. You may import and create handwritten sticky notes in Microsoft Word documents, web articles, and other document formats with variable font sizes and styles. You will be able to send files straight from Microsoft Word to Kindle Scribe starting in early 2023.
The new Kindle Scribe gives you the same customization options as every other Kindle now available on the market, including the ability to alter the font size, increase the distance between lines, or turn on dark mode. Customers who read with higher font sizes will also see more text per page on the Kindle Scribe’s enormous display. Customers can also magnify things by choosing the large mode preset, which will enlarge text on the home screen and book icons.
Customers who read using assistive technology can utilise the VoiceView screen reader from Amazon on Kindle devices, including the Kindle Scribe. Customers can also use screen readers that work at the operating system (OS) level, such as TalkBack on Android or VoiceOver on iOS, to read using Kindle mobile apps. Kindle offers more than 12 million books that are accessible to screen readers on Kindle devices and apps.
Kindle Scribe Pricing and Availability
Kindle Scribe will start at $339 in price. A battery-free Basic Pen or Premium Pen with an eraser and customizable shortcut button are included with the Kindle Scribe. It comes in Tungsten and offers 16 GB, 32 GB, or 64 GB of storage. There will be brand-new, foldable leather, premium leather, and fabric covers available in a variety of colours for the Kindle Scribe.
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