Announced in September 2022, Kindle Scribe is Amazon’s first eBook reader with stylus support. Expanding its usage, the device managed to attract the attention of its fans with the products of the e-commerce giant.

to be one tool more complete, Technology World brings you other interesting details from Kindle Scribe. And if you don’t have the “patience” to wait for the Brazilian launch, we also recommend other branded e-reader options available in Brazil.

Explore Kindle Scribe

The main attraction of the Kindle Scribe is the use of the pen to make notes and other types of markup on digital books. Aiding the routine, the eBook reader also has document templates such as to-do lists and rule pages.

The accessory provides useful tools such as an eraser and highlighter that make writing more fluid and precise. What’s more, files written using the stylus can be synced with the Kindle app for phones, tablets and PCs.

Display, ergonomics and memory

Kindle Scribe has a 10.2 inch e-ink technology touchscreen. The glare-free panel, which offers pleasant reading in any environment, has an adaptive front light and the option to adjust the light temperature.

The model, which weighs 430 grams and is only 5.8 mm thick, adopts an ergonomic and comfortable look for long-term use. The device, which can store hundreds of books, has 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB internal storage options.

Finally, Kindle Scribe offers a long battery life. According to the brand, the device can work for up to 12 weeks on a single charge.

Kindle Scribe should be far from reaching the Brazilian market.

No release date in Brazil

One of the negative points of Kindle Scribe is that the product has not been released in Brazil. So far, Amazon has no plans to launch the eBook reader here.

However, if this changes, the device should output with a high value. In the US, the product is available at a suggested price starting at US$399 (approximately R$2,069 excluding taxes in the current direct conversion).

Other Kindle models

For those who don’t want to wait for the Kindle Scribe’s release or fear the high launch price, Amazon has other e-reader options in Brazil. For example, Kindle Oasis and Kindle Paperwhite bring some interesting features.

Both handsets feature a glare-free e-ink touchscreen with adaptive light sensor and temperature adjustment options for more comfortable reading. But unlike the Scribe version, the devices are IPX8 certified for water resistance.

Find out the unique details of each model below:

Kindle Oasis

Image: Kindle Oasis 32GB
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For the most demanding, this ignition is a complete and perfect model for the most passionate readers. Adjustable light, waterproof, 7″ screen and many more benefits.

Kindle Oasis, a premium option with ergonomic design, draws attention with its large 7-inch screen. Another difference is the physical buttons that help to change the pages of digital books and facilitate one-handed use.

This variant can be found with 8GB or 32GB internal storage options. With a Wi-Fi connection, users can choose what to read and buy new eBooks while visiting the virtual store in the device’s own software.

Also, Kindle Oasis has 6 to 10 weeks of battery life on a single charge. It’s a detail that might bother some more active users who, like other models in the line, expect much more autonomy.

Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition

Image: Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, 32GB
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AEnjoy everything your Kindle Paperwhite has to offer, plus wireless charging, an adaptive front light, and 32GB of storage.

The intermediate model, the Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, uses a 6.8-inch display. Compact and ergonomic, the model is recommended for those who want to enjoy reading comfortably for a long time.

However, this variant does not have physical buttons to switch between pages, so users have to tap the screen to scroll. The device, which has 32 GB of internal storage, also has a Wi-Fi connection to access Amazon’s eBook store.

According to the brand, the Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition has up to 10 weeks of autonomy when charged via the USB-C port. Finally, this model is the only one to support Qi wireless charging (adapter sold separately).

Each version of Kindle aims to reach different audiences.

Kindle Scribe: Wait or Choose Another Option?

The Kindle Scribe is an affordable model for anyone looking for a device for reading and helping out at work or college. Therefore, it is recommended for students, teachers and other professionals who have routines compatible with reading and note-taking.

Remembering that this is a different device from ordinary tablets. For example, the device does not run popular apps and the screen, although large, only displays content in grayscale.

So, if one just wants an ebook reader, other variants fill the offer well. In addition, they can be found at more suitable values ​​compared to the stylus pen supported model.

And you? Will you wait for the Kindle Scribe or prefer the options already available in Brazil? Don’t forget to share this content with people who have the same question!

Source: Tec Mundo

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