Amazon today launched New Kindle Paperwhite (11th Gen) and Paperwhite Signature Edition e-readers in India. Both these feature a bigger 6.8-inch 300 PPI screen, and the company says that the display is 10% brighter compared to the predecessor. Both these have 17 white and amber LED lights, adjustable warm light and white-on-black mode, but only the Signature Edition has an auto-adjusting light sensor which was previously present only on the Oasis models. Amazon says that the bezels have been reduced to 10mm. Continue reading “Amazon launches new Kindle Paperwhite and Paperwhite Signature Edition with 6.8-inch screen, Waterproof body in India”
Xiaomi has announced Mi Reader Pro, the company’s latest eReader and the successor of Mi Reader that was introduced last year. It has a large 7.8-inch (1872 x 1404 pixels) flat e-Ink screen with 330PPI pixel density. There is 24-level adjustable front-lit LED adjustable reading light that lets you customize the color tone from cool to warm to easily transition from daytime to a comfortable nighttime reading experience. It supports voice search and automatically locates keywords, making typing faster, searching and reading easier.
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Amazon launched the Kindle Oasis 3 (2019) in June this year. This is the successor of the Oasis that was launched in October 2017. The latest top-end waterproof Kindle Oasis, has a large 7-inch screen and comes with an adjustable color temperature for night reading and more storage options. Does it live up to the expectations? Let us dive into the review to find out. Continue reading “Amazon Kindle Oasis (2019) Review”
Amazon launched its new Kindle (10th Generation) with a built-in light earlier this year, which is the most affordable Kindle with a front light. This has a same design and screen resolution as the entry-level Kindle, but the built-in light at this price is impressive. Is this worth the price? Let us find out in the review.
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Amazon launched the Kindle Oasis 2 back in October last year. This is the successor of the first Oasis that was launched in early 2016. The latest top-end Kindle is waterproof, doesn’t come with a battery case like the first and has a large 7-inch screen for the first time. Does it live up to the expectations? Let us dive into the review to find out.
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Amazon just introduced a new Kindle Oasis eReader, successor of last year’s model. It has a larger 7-inch 330PPI, compared to 6-inch screen in the predecessor and is also the first waterproof (IPX8) Kindle that can stand immersion in up to 2 meters of fresh water for up to 60 minutes. It can also withstand getting splashed at the beach or dropped in the bath tub, hot tub, or pool. It has the same thickness of just 3.4mm at its thinnest point (to 8.3 mm), but it is slightly heavier at 194 grams. Continue reading “Amazon introduces new Kindle Oasis with 7-inch display, waterproof body, price starts at Rs. 21999 in India”
Amazon has introduced a new feature which allows users to easily flip through the pages of their e-books. Dubbed as Page Flip, the feature lets you move back and forth while reading an e-book.
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Amazon just launched a new entry-level Kindle eReader. It is just 9.1mm thick, weighs 161 grams, and also comes with a new more rounded design and a flat back. It also comes in white color option. Continue reading “Amazon launches new thinner, lighter entry-level Kindle for Rs. 5999”
Amazon is back with an all new Kindle which is dubbed as Oasis. The eighth generation Kindle was launched in India earlier this month for a hefty price of Rs. 23,999 for the WiFi variant and Rs. 27,999 for the WiFi and 3G variant. The design shift from Amazon’s Paperwhite to Voyage was noticeable but not game changing. However, this time Amazon has given Oasis a major overhaul in terms of design and aesthetics. Along with a brand new design, does the flagship e-reader offer any new features? We have got our hands on the Kindle Oasis. Let’s see if it is worth the price tag in this review.
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Amazon introduced Kindle Oasis, its 8th generation eReader with a leather charging cover last week. We got our hands on the device, here we have the unboxing of the WiFi + 3G variant.
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Amazon just announced Kindle Oasis, the company’s flagship Kindle eReader. The 8th generation of e-ink Kindle has the same 6-inch display at 300 PPI pixel density seen in Kindle Voyage, but this has a redesigned built-in front light with 60% more LEDs that makes it the brightest Kindle display ever. The ultrathin flush 0.13” display with 200 micron backplane has new cylindrical diffractive patterns to increase the consistency and range of screen brightness for improved reading in all types of lighting.
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Just yesterday, it was reported that the next gen Kindle could be called as Kindle Oasis. Today, a new leak is giving out details about the specification, design and cover for the new Kindle Oasis. Continue reading “Kindle Oasis with rechargeable battery cover leaked”
Just last week, Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos revealed that the company will finally introduce the next-generation high-end Kindle eReader next week. Now, more information about the name and features of the e-reader have surfaced. Continue reading “Waterproof Kindle Oasis expected to launch this week”
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has announced that the company will finally introduce the next-generation high-end Kindle eReader next week. It will be successor to the Kindle Voyage that was introduced back in September 2014. The Voyage was launched in India in March last year starting at Rs. 16,499. Continue reading “Amazon to announce Kindle Voyage successor next week”
Amazon launched a new Kindle eReader in India back in September, today it has a launched the same Kindle in White version in the country. It has the same 6-inch ( 600 x 800 pixels) touch screen display at 167 PPI pixel density, comes with WiFi 802.11 b/g/n support, has 4GB of internal storage to store thousands of books and offers up to 4 weeks (wireless off) of battery life. Continue reading “Amazon launches new White Kindle in India for Rs. 5999”