Amazon Kindle Scribe
Amazon Kindle Scribe
(NASDAQ: AMZN) today introduced Kindle Scribe—the next generation of Kindle that unites reading with writing. Kindle Scribe features the world’s first 10.2-inch, 300 pixels per inch (ppi), Paperwhite display, and an included pen that never needs charging. The premium, front-lit, and glare-free display feels like reading and writing on paper, with crisp text and ample space for larger fonts, images, charts, and documents. Designed for reading and notetaking in millions of books, adding notes to documents, journaling, and more, Kindle Scribe is available for preorder today from just and will ship in November, 2022
“Kindle Scribe is the best Kindle we’ve ever built, creating a reading and writing experience that feels like real paper,” said
Just 5.8 mm thin, Kindle Scribe features the world’s first 10.2-inch, 300-ppi, glare-free display; an auto-adjusting front light; months of battery life; and a pen that never needs to be charged—making it an ideal, take-anywhere companion. The glare-free display has been engineered to replicate the feel and flow of pen on paper, creating a natural and comfortable experience. The large, high-resolution, Paperwhite display also provides ample room for reading and taking notes; enhances the beauty of images, illustrations, and graphics; and provides easy-to-adjust margins.
Kindle Scribe comes with a Basic or Premium pen option. Both pens deliver incredible precision, feel natural in your hand, and magnetically attach to the side of the device. They also support a variety of line widths, a highlighter tool, eraser tools, and an undo tool—all easily accessible in the on-display writing menu. The Premium Pen also includes a dedicated eraser on top and a customizable shortcut button, enabling the pen to function as an eraser or highlighter, or to open a new sticky note when the button is pressed.
New digital sticky notes on Kindle Scribe allow you to easily add handwritten notes to millions of books—with notes and highlights automatically organized in one place to keep pages clutter-free. You can also journal or take notes using a variety of templates, including to-do lists for tracking tasks and lined paper for meeting notes. All notebooks are automatically saved and backed up to the cloud for free, and, coming in early 2023, they will also be accessible via the Kindle app.
With the Send-to-Kindle feature, you can import personal documents from your computer or phone to Kindle Scribe and write directly on PDF documents. You can also import and create handwritten sticky notes in Microsoft Word documents, web articles, and other document formats with adjustable font sizes and layout. From early 2023, you will be able to send documents to Kindle Scribe directly from within Microsoft Word.
World’s Best eBook Store
As with all Kindle e-readers, the new Kindle Scribe comes with instant access to the
- Massive selection: With an unmatched library of content, Kindle Stores worldwide offer over 13 million titles, including millions of nonfiction books.
Kindle Unlimited: Get access in the U.S.to an ever-growing selection of over 3 million eBooks, including over 1 million nonfiction titles, plus thousands of audiobooks, short reads, and up to three select magazine subscriptions. For a limited time, Kindle Scribe comes with a free, four-month Kindle Unlimitedmembership.
- Free reading for Prime members: Prime members can also read from a rotating selection of thousands of titles found in the Kindle Store—at no additional cost to their Prime membership.
Access to a robust and diverse set of voices: Millions of self-published writers around the world use
Kindle Direct Publishing(KDP) to build successful careers and to share their stories. Self-publishing through KDP gives authors more choices in deciding how to bring their books to millions of readers around the world.
Original Content: New and upcoming releases include something for every Kindle reader, including the first release from Mindy’s
Book Studio: Sonali Dev'sThe Vibrant Years; Danielle Prescod'sToken Black Girl: A Memoir; Jenny Lawson’s I Choose Darkness: A Holiday Essay; and Pietro La Greca Jr.’s Pesos: The Rise and Fall of a Border Family.
Reading for All
Like every Kindle available today, the new Kindle Scribe lets you personalize your experience by adjusting the font size, increasing the line spacing, or switching to dark mode. In addition, with the large display of Kindle Scribe, customers reading with larger font sizes will see more text per page, and they can increase the size of items like the text on the home screen as well as book icons with the “large mode” setting. Customers who read with assistive technology can use Amazon’s VoiceView screen reader to read English-language books on Kindle devices—including Kindle Scribe. Customers can also use operating system (OS)-level screen readers, such as TalkBack on Android or VoiceOver on iOS, to read with Kindle mobile apps. Kindle offers more than 12 million screen reader-supported books on Kindle devices and apps.