The information given yesterday about the new Kindle Paperwhite has been confirmed. The ‘approach’ of the model to the Kindle Oasis is confirmed.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2021
The new Kindle Paperwhite does enlarge in size to 6.8 inches, as previous models did, ensuring more comfortable reading sessions even while the screen resolution is maintained at 300 PPI. In many places, the change in the screen is evident. This is due to the fact that, as of this last update,
The new Kindle Paperwhite changes the front and rear light from 5 to 17 LEDs, allowing for the long-sought adjustment of color temperature, so that marathon reading sessions in low-light settings will be more pleasurable than ever before. The gadget’s appearance has also been enhanced, with wider margins and better use of the screen.
In addition to the new lighting, the new Kindle Paperwhite’s major appeal is that instead of micro USB, it now uses USB-C. The Signature Edition, on the other hand, includes Qi wireless charging.
The new Kindle Paperwhite now includes a faster full charge time of 2.5 hours with the 9W USB charger, an increase in battery life, which lasts up to 10 weeks, and enhanced performance owing to its updated processor, which will allow you to ‘turn the page’ 20 percent quicker than previous models.
Other than that, it’s more of the same, with the base model packing 8GB and the Signature Edition having a storage capacity of 32GB. It also has IPX8 certification, which ensures that the device can withstand splashes at beaches or swimming pools.
The surprise is that there is a third edition of the new Kindle Paperwhite, the Kids Edition, which as its name suggests is aimed at children, with limited functions, no advertising, the same storage space as the standard edition, and a year’s subscription to Amazon Kids+.
The price of the new Kindle Paperwhite is, therefore, $139.99 for the standard version, $189.99 for the Signature Edition, and $160 for the Kid Edition. Its release date is October 27.