Kindle Scribe features: Colors: Black with colored folios | Storage: 16GB/32GB, or 64GB | Display: 10.2-inch display with 300ppi, 16-level gray scale | Connectivity: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
The Kindle Scribe is perhaps the perfect example of a smart notebook that doubles as a tablet of sorts. It has the same functions you’ve come to know and love in a Kindle, like 300ppi glare-free screen, weeks of battery life, and adjustable warm light. It’s also compatible with Amazon’s Basic or Premium Pen, so you can take handwritten notes or underline important quotations within the book you’re reading.
Your notes are automatically organized in one place for every book, so you can browse, review, and export them via email.
The Kindle Scribe also comes with preset templates to help you create notebooks, journals, and lists, and you can create sticky notes in Microsoft Word and other compatible Word documents.
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ZDNET’s Matthew Miller, said that the Scribe has “made paper and pen notes obsolete for me.”
“While I have various other tablets, I’ve yet to find a pairing that feels natural, both in hardware and software, and often end up rarely ever using the stylus that they support,” he wrote. “Also, I love that I can highlight text, make notes, and even sign documents with a signature that doesn’t look like that of a two-year-old with the Scribe.”
In addition, the Kindle Scribe comes with the Basic pen, but for the more advanced features like a dedicated eraser and the shortcut button, you’ll need the premium pen, which costs $30 extra.
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