One of the benefits of e-readers is that they tend to use displays that are more battery-friendly. This is because while reading a book in black and white, you don’t really need that fancy of a display, which in turn means that you can bring the e-reader with you wherever you go and not worry about it dying by the end of the day.
If you’re after an e-reader with a ridiculously long battery life, then you might want to take a look at Amazon’s latest-gen Kindle which boasts an insane six weeks of battery, which means that you can read all your books for a month and a half before needing to plug it in for a recharge.
The new Kindle will feature a 6-inch display with a 300ppi resolution, almost double that of its predecessor, which means that text should look pretty sharp on the screen. It comes with USB-C charging and offers 16GB of storage, and an adjustable front light that helps make the reading experience more comfortable in various situations.
If this sounds like the Kindle for you and you’re looking to upgrade, then you might be interested to learn that it is priced pretty affordably at just $99.99. Amazon is currently accepting pre-orders and it is expected to begin shipping out to customers on the 12th of October.
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