Amazon Kindle (11th Gen), Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) Ebook Readers Launched: All You Need to Know

Amazon Kindle (11th Gen), Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) Ebook Readers Launched: All You Need to Know

The latest ebook readers from the company, the Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) and Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen), were released on Tuesday. The most recent model of the entry-level Amazon Kindle has a 6-inch backlit display with a 300ppi resolution and is advertised as having a battery life of up to six weeks.

It features a USB Type-C connection and has 16GB of internal storage. The Amazon Kindle Kids ebook reader has the same features as the adult version and includes a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+.

Amazon Kindle (11th Gen), Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) Ebook Readers Launched: All You Need to Know

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Amazon Kindle (11th Gen), Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) Price, Availability

Priced at $99.99 (approximately Rs. 7,900), the recently released Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) will be offered in Black or Denim color variants, as well as Black, Dark Emerald, and Denim, Rose fabric covers.

In contrast, the Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) costs $119.99. (roughly Rs. 9,500). Both versions will be offered for sale with covers including Ocean Explorer, Space Whale, and Unicorn Valley.

According to Amazon, the Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) and Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) are both now pre-orderable in the US and will go on sale on October 12.

Specifications for The Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) and Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen).

The Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) and Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) both have 6-inch backlit displays with a resolution of 300ppi, claims the company. They have front lights that can be adjusted and have a built-in dark mode.

The Amazon Kindle (10th Gen) was released in 2019 with 8GB of storage, and the ebook readers have storage capacities of up to 16GB. According to Amazon, both models are said to have a battery life of up to six weeks.

They have a USB Type-C port, making them the final version of the Amazon Kindle to do away with the Micro-USB port. A subscription to the Amazon Kids+ program, which provides access to kid-friendly content, is also included with the Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen).

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