Amazon has just launched a new Kindle in India. The company has announced Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) in India as the successor to the 10th gen device. The reading device is priced under Rs 10,000 一 but, as you’d expect it is slightly costlier than the last gen device.
The 2022 edition of the Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) is already available for purchase in India via the Amazon e-commerce store. Compared to the last gen, the new-gen device offers double the storage. The Kindle 11th Gen also comes with a USB Type-C, up to 6 weeks of battery life, and much more. Let’s take a look at the new Amazon device in detail.
Amazon Kindle: Price in India, Availability
The new Kindle (11th Gen) has been priced in India at Rs 8,999. It is available in Black and Denim colour options. The e-reader is already available for purchase in India via Amazon. This pricing is part of initial offer and going by the listing, the regular price will be Rs 9,999.
Interested buyers can get no cost EMI option on certain cards and a 5% Instant Discount up to Rs 250 on HSBC Cashback Card Credit card transactions.
All-New Amazon Kindle is the lightest and most compact Kindle ever: Features
The newly unveiled Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) is the highest and most compact e-reader in history. The device sports a 6-inch high res display with 300 ppi, offering sharp text and images. The screen is also reader-friendly, which means you get much-loved features such as a glare-free, paper-like display. There is also an adjustable front light and dark mode to make reading effortless 一 throughout the day and night.
As for the battery, the new Kindle is rated to last up to six weeks on a single charge. For charging, the reader comes with a USB Type-C port. For storage, there is 16GB onboard memory, which is twice compared as the last gen device. With Kindle, you can read unlimited access to over 2 million titles on the reader, but you will need to pay for a subscription to get unlimited access.
Further, there is support for Wi-Fi and free cloud storage for all Amazon content. Lastly, the new Kindle has been made with 30-75% recycled plastics and 90% recycled magnesium. Interested users can also get covers for the Kindle, which will be sold separately.