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Posted 16 April 2024

Amazon Kindle Scribe 32GB With Premium Pen 10.2" - western-electrical-supplies

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32GB Premium Pen version for less than the 16GB basic pen normally sells for

Posted last week and they sold out in a couple of hours, there is some feedback on the seller for the sales which are all positive.

  • The only Kindle that includes a digital notebook and pen – Read and write down thoughts in books or a separate notebook, distraction-free.
  • Explore Kindle notebooks – A digital notebook you can write on. Journal, sketch, take notes and more.
  • Convert handwritten notes to text – View or share your notes with contacts and browse notes on the go through the Kindle app.
  • Read and write as naturally as you do on paper – The world's first 10.2" 300 ppi glare-free, front-lit display.
  • Take handwritten notes as you read – Write notes within millions of titles in the Kindle Store.
  • Import and mark up documents – Review and take notes directly on PDFs or create sticky notes in Microsoft Word.
  • The longest battery life of any Kindle – Unlike tablets, Kindle Scribe offers months of reading and weeks of writing on a single charge.
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Edited by electrolux, 18 April 2024
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  1. Stesha83's avatar
    These things are really poor compared to a remarkable or an iPad with pencil.
    Blueberry_Aniseed's avatar
    Remarkable doesn't have backlight, iPad isn't in the same catalogue, not sure how you judged it's poor, it has the highest PPI in e ink reader, perfect for readers and light note takers, plus the price can be 50% as competitors, also writing experience on iPad feels like skating on ice, it's not even close to any e ink readers. (edited)
  2. paula1990's avatar
    Any advice on which year this model is from and if one can browse the internet (Wikipedia etc)? Thanks.
    Blueberry_Aniseed's avatar
    I think it's either 2022 or 2023, you can use the browser but it's very slow and no adblocker, it's built in as an Amazon shopping tool, you should buy it only for it's basic features, reading and note taking (edited)
  3. pipehippy's avatar
    Didn't realise these were a thing. Are they nice to sketch on?
    NeverBagHolding's avatar
    Yes, I sketch on mine and the pencil feature is excellent functions like a real pencil with shading tones and filling
  4. Flying_Orange's avatar
    Can I read books on it?
    electrolux's avatar
    Yes, books and notes are what its good at. Sketching too.
  5. Blueberry_Aniseed's avatar
    I bought a used kindle for 8 quid, sent it back to Amazon, got a 10 quid voucher and and 20% discount, so in total I paid 215 or 220 for it from Amazon.
    electrolux's avatar
    Thats probably the lower spec model?
  6. Sallu007's avatar
    What is warranty like with these sellers
    electrolux's avatar
    Depends on the seller, I'd say dont expect anything beyond the 30 days eBay returns period in most cases.

    They might try to help if something happens in 6 months time but who knows.
  7. JustExtreme's avatar
    This is still live but the unexpire menu option is not showing (edited)
    electrolux's avatar
    Probably restocked, feel free to repost it if you fancy.
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