In the 1990s, Amazon took the world of eBooks by storm. The Amazon Kindle is the natural evolution of Amazon’s e-reading empire. Rather than just being another kind of tablet, the Amazon Kindle offers users an easy and convenient way to read their favorite content at home or on the go.
The Amazon Kinde Paperwhite model comes in multiple sizes and colors. Consumers can also select their Kindle product based on storage size, with capacities that range from 8 GB to 32 GB. This means that users could potentially hold more than 20,000 books on a single device. The internal Kindle storage system also makes it easy for a user to quickly pick up where they left off with more than one book at a time.
This means that users could potentially hold more than 20,000 books on a single device.
The primary concept underlying the Amazon Kindle is simplicity. Avid readers need a device that won’t distract them with constant notifications or uncomfortable reading displays. Thus, the Amazon Kindle was designed to mimic the experience of reading from a paperback book. The device itself is lightweight, while the display uses no backlight by default, with an optional backlight for reading in dark settings.
Best of all, the Amazon Kindle does not burn through its battery life like other tablet devices. With just one charge, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite can last for more than a month. This means that you can read for hours every day for weeks on end without needing to reach for a charger.