Yesterday, its was Nokia and Motorola unveiling new devices at their respective events and today its Amazon. To start off with Amazon has announced a new Kindle called Kindle Paperwhite and it features a black and white E Ink capacitive display. It is said to have 25% more contrast than older generation Kindles and 62% more pixels i.e. 212 pixels per inch. According to Amazon, the battery of Kindle Paperwhite last for around 8 weeks. This eBook Reader has no physical buttons, is 9.1mm thick and comes with features like reading speed (now that something new). It is priced at $119 for WiFi variant, $179 for 3G variant and it will start shipping from 1st October. To add more to your goodies the older Kindle will now cost you just $69. All the above prices are for ad supported Kindle, add $20 more for ad-free devices.
“We’re the people with the smile on the box. We’re the re-inventors of normal. That’s why we created our newest Kindle. With the world’s first Paperwhite display that reads without glare in bright sunlight, at night and every minute in between. Because the only thing more perfect than reading is more reading.”