The most recent Kindle from Amazon practically never has to be recharged
E-readers’ tendency to choose battery-friendly displays is one of its advantages. This is because reading a book in black and white doesn’t require a fancy display, so you can carry your e-reader wherever you go without worrying that it will run out of power before the end of the day.
The most recent version of Amazon’s Kindle has an incredible six weeks of battery life, meaning you can read all of your books for a month and a half before needing to plug it in for a recharge. If you’re looking for an e-reader with an insanely long battery life, you might want to have a look at it.
The new Kindle will have a 6-inch display with a 300ppi resolution, which is nearly twice as high as its before. As a result, text should appear on the screen quite sharply. It has 16GB of storage, USB-C charging, and an adjustable front light to assist make reading more pleasant in a variety of settings.
If you’re interested in upgrading your Kindle and think this might be the one for you, you’ll be happy to know that it costs only $99.99. Pre-orders are already being taken on Amazon, and it is expected that customer shipments will start on October 12th.