The eleventh generation Amazon Kindle and the second generation of the Amazon Kindle Kids ebook reader were both released on Tuesday as the company’s newest ebook devices.
The most recent model of the Amazon Kindle that serves as the entry-level option comes equipped with a 6-inch backlit display that has a resolution of 300 PPI and is said to have a battery life of up to six weeks.
It features a socket for USB Type-C connections and comes with 16 GB of storage space preinstalled. The Amazon Kindle Kids ebook reader is outfitted with the same characteristics as the adult model and includes a complimentary one-year membership to Amazon Kids+.
Amazon Kindle (11th Gen), Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) Price, Availability
The Pricing of The Newly Introduced Amazon Kindle (11th Generation) Has Been Set at $99.99 (about Rs. 7,900), and It Will Is Offered in The Colour Options of Black or Denim. Additionally, Black, Dark Emerald, and Denim, Rose Fabris Cover Will Be Available.
In the meantime, the Price of The Second Generation Amazon Kindle Kids Is $119.99. (roughly Rs. 9,500). Ocean Explorer, Space Whale, and Unicorn Valley Are the Three Different Cover Designs that Will Be Available to Purchase for Both Versions.
According to Amazon, Beginning Today, Customers in The United States Will Be Able to Pre-Order the Amazon Kindle (11th Gen) and The Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen), and Both Will Be Available for Purchase on October 12.
Amazon Kindle (11th Gen), Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Gen) Specifications
Both the Amazon Kindle (11th Generation) and The Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Generation) Are Said to Feature Backlit Displays of 6 Inches in Size and Offer a Resolution of 300 Pixels per Inch (PPI). They Come Equipped with Front Lights that Can Be Adjusted and Have an In-Built Dark Mode.
The Storage Capacities of The Ebook Readers Range from 4 Gb to 16 Gb, with The Amazon Kindle (10th Generation) Being Introduced in 2019 with 8 Gb of Storage Capacity. According to Amazon’s Description, the Battery Life of Both Versions Is Advertised as Being up To Six Weeks Long.
Due to The Fact That They Are Equipped With A USB Type-C Port, This Model of The Amazon Kindle Is the Final One to Do Away with The Micro-USB Port. the Amazon Kindle Kids (2nd Generation) Further Includes a Subscription to The Amazon Kids+ Programme, Which Provides Users Access to Content that Is Appropriate for Use by Children.