Since 2007, Amazon has released its Kindle e-readers, making reading e-books a seamless and enjoyable experience for the masses. Here at Underscored, we've tested seven of its most recent devices and named the Kindle Oasis the best e-reader overall and the Paperwhite the best budget e-reader. The company has released its first e-reader with note-taking capabilities, the Kindle Scribe. We've found that despite its limited software and supersized screen, it's a great new installment in Amazon's robust e-reader lineup. The Kindle Scribe is a great note-taking and reading device — if you don't mind, it's limited software and large size. What we liked about it A high-quality, well-designed e-reader Before we talk about the Scribe's note-taking capabilities, let's discuss how it functions as an e-reader. It boasts a gorgeous 10.2-inch, 300 ppi glare-free screen that utilizes Amazon's flagship Paperwhite display technology on most of its modern e-readers. This makes the text pop and a joy to read. It's only .22 inches thin and approximately 15 ounces, so holding it in one hand is possible but not always comfortable. It also features an adjustable warm light and auto-adjusting front light so you can read and write in the sun outside or in bed with no other lights. There are several customizable theme, font and layout choices you can adjust to tailor your reading experience to your own needs. You can choose between custom, standard, compact and large themes; nine different fonts, 14 font […]
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