Amazon Announces the All-New (and Budget-Friendly) Kindle

Amazon has just introduced its all-new Kindle, which comes equipped with a built-in adjustable light, improved ink technology, and a slim design. Pair that with popular mainstays like Whispersync, Goodreads integration, X-Ray, Smart Lookup, a long-lasting battery, ample storage space, and Prime Member benefits, and this product covers all its bases in thin and lightweight style. Not only is the reading tablet as effortless to use as it is to hold, but at just A$139, it’s also quite affordable.  

Amazon all-new Kindle

Despite its unbeatable price tag, the all-new Kindle delivers premium performance. Expect the utmost legibility in virtually any environment by way of the adjustable front light and laser-quality text. Along similar lines, updated electronic ink technology results in better contrast. The 6″ and 167 ppi display also includes capacitive touch capability to prevent accidental swipes.

Amazon all-new Kindle

Meanwhile, Amazon went to work on improving your library features. Now, you’re just a few taps away from organising your library according to which books you’ve read and which you haven’t. In addition to being part of the all-new Kindle, this handy upgrade will be delivered over-the-air to those who own Kindle Paperwhites as far back as Gen 6.

Amazon all-new Kindle

Amazon is now taking pre-orders for the all-new Kindle, as are select retailers such as JB Hi-Fi and Officeworks. The tablet comes in either black or white, costs A$139, and starts shipping on 10 April. Separately available for A$44.95 is a thin snap cover of woven fabric.

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