Kindle Scribe from Amazon, when the reader takes on the air of a tablet

Amazon Kindle Scrible

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With its Kindle Scribe, Amazon seeks to seduce an audience that oscillates between the electronic reader and the touch pad. Thus, the Kindle Scribe has a 10.2-inch panel with a resolution of 300 pixels per inch, which is very comfortable, but also has features common to other readers such as anti-reflective treatment and automatic front lighting. The device is especially equipped with a stylus that does not require any charge, but facilitates note taking.

10.2-inch Kindle Scrible

10.2-inch Kindle Scrible

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“New digital notes on Kindle Scribe make it easy to add handwritten notes to millions of eBooks, with notes automatically organized in one place so they don’t clutter pages. You can also create a journal or notebooks to from a variety of templates, such as bulleted lists to keep track of your tasks or lined paper for meeting notesdescribes the constructor. All notebooks are automatically saved and backed up to the cloud for free, and from early 2023 they will also be accessible via the Kindle app.. If it remains to assess what it gives to use, the promise is interesting.

A reader with professional ambitions

Amazon also mentions a feature called Sent to Kindle, which allows you to import personal documents from your computer or phone to the Kindle Scribe and write on PDF documents. In this, the experience promised with this Scribe is similar to that of a classic tablet. It is also possible to import and create handwritten notes in Microsoft Word documents, web articles and documents of other formats, or to adjust the font size and layout according to your preferences. Here too, from the beginning of 2023, it will be possible to send documents to Kindle Scribe directly from Microsoft Word.

10.2-inch Kindle Scrible

10.2-inch Kindle Scrible

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On the technical side, the device has dimensions of 196 x 229 x 5.8 mm and a weight (consequent) of 433 g. Calculated on the basis of half an hour of reading per day with the wireless connection off and the brightness set to 13, the autonomy is estimated at 12 weeks on a single charge. As for the full charge, it is done in less than 2.5 hours via a 9 W USB-C power adapter.

The Kindle Scribe is already available from €369.99. The product comes in Tungsten Gray with 16, 32, or 64GB storage options. It comes with the basic or premium stylus that requires no charging.

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