Kindle Scribe: Amazon’s Scribe e-reader is now available

Paper, pen, ink, it’s all outdated. Throw them away and never come back again with Kindle Scribe, Amazon’s first e-reader with a stylus for annotating and doodling on the e-ink screen. Submitted at the end of SeptemberThe device is now available from 369.99 euros.

The reader is equipped with a 10.2-inch (300ppi) screen with built-in backlighting (35 LEDs). The battery offers 12 weeks of autonomy on a single charge, based on half an hour of reading per day which is still quite low. falls to 3 weeks, which remains comfortable using the pen.

Connects to Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n) and saves notes automatically and for free to the Amazon cloud. Early next year, Annotations will also be available in the Kindle mobile app. The product comes with what is called a basic stylus pen that does not need to be recharged. A premium model, with eraser and shortcut button, is also available for €30 more.

The base model comes with 16GB of storage, and two other versions sell for €419.99 (32GB) and €449.99 (64GB).

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