Amazon announced the new generation of Kindle Paperwhite with two new models, a standard version and the Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition version, the first brand reader to offer wireless load.
Kindle Paperwhite incorporates an adjustable warm light sensor and a larger screen than previous models, 6.8 inches, with reduced edges of 10.2mm. It also increases autonomy until ten weeks.
The screen of this digital reader, 300 dpi, has no reflections, offers laser quality text and resembles the actual role to facilitate reading on all conditions, even with direct sunlight, as highlighted by the company in a statement.
The screen offers 10 percent more light with the maximum brightness to ensure that reading is more comfortable for eyes, and adjustable warm light and white dark black mode offer flexibility to read at any time of the day.
For its part, the PaperWhite Signature Edition version also incorporates with a front light that automatically adapts the brightness of the screen depending on the lighting that surrounds you so that you can read comfortably in all conditions.
The new Kindle PaperWhite is designed to withstand accidental falls and is water resistant (IPX8), and includes 8 GB of storage, which increases up to 32 GB in the Signature Edition version.
The new generation of Kindle Paperwhite premieres a redesigned interface, which includes new filters and computer options content, a collection view and an interactive scroll bar. Also add a new option to configure Kindle in less steps through the reader's pairing with the phone with the Kindle App for iOS and Android.
You have also simplified access to the settings, just by sliding your finger on the device. This allows you to adjust the brightness of the screen or activate the airplane mode or the dark mode without having to leave where the user is. These new software functions will arrive before the end of the year.
New Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition carry the Climate Pledge Friendly badge. Both are manufactured with 60 percent recycled plastics and 70 percent recycled molten magnesium.
In addition, 96 percent of the packaging of these readers is manufactured with wood-based material based on managed forests or recycled sources.
The new Kindle Paperwhite (October 27) costs 139.99 euros with 8 GB in black color. The Paperwhite Signature Edition (10th) version costs 189.99 euros, with 32 GB of capacity, also in black. Both are available from this Tuesday in Presale.Updated Date: 23 September 2021, 10:20