Amazons Kindles are not something new for us which are designed and marketed by Amazon. These e-readers enable its users to browse, buy and download an e-book or any other digital media via Kindle Store. Now Amazon has launched its New 10th Generation Kindle with a built-in light which is similar to the Kindle Paperwhite. This new Kindle comes with 4 LED’s instead of 5 which we have seen on the Paperwhite. The device will available in Black and White color options and is priced at Rs. 7,999 in India.
The New Kindle comes with a 6-inch 600 x 800 pixels touch screen display giving 167 ppt pixel density. Furthermore, it also has connectivity options like Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n support and has 4GB of storage to store e-books and also offer up to 4 weeks of battery life. Well, the new adjustable front light makes it comfortable for the readers to read at any place and still gives weeks of battery life.
Amazon has said that the new Kindle will be coming with an electronic ink technology for better contrast and it uses capacitive touch to prevent accidental swipes. It also comes with new reading features like making a book when the user has finished reading, It will also be automatically marked as read in the library and synced across the reading devices including Kindle and the free Kindle apps for Android as well as iOS. Just with few taps, users will able to see the book that they have read and which they have not.
Moreover, these features will also be rolled out to all-new Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite Gen 6 and newer devices in the next few months. The new Kindle is available for Pre-order on Amazon and will be shipping from April 10. The pre-order made before April 9 will be getting their first eBook for free (up to Rs. 200) and will also be getting an extended two-year warranty of Rs. 1,199 for free.
Amazon is also offering a woven fabric protective cover for the new Kindle which will be available in Sandstone White, Cobalt Blue, and Punch Red. These are available for order via Amazon for Rs. 1,499.Comment in the section below if you are pre-ordering the device and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more updates.