Obviously there will be the possibility of writing directly to PDFs, which can be easily sent to the device from a PC or smartphone via the Send-to-Kindle function. Additionally, from 2023 it will be possible to send documents to Kindle Scribe also directly from Microsoft Word. But in addition to books and PDFs, Kindle Scribe will also allow you to write in a digital notebook, also offering different models depending on the need (for example lines, squares or a to-do list). All notebooks will be saved automatically and free of charge in the cloud and, from the beginning of 2023, it will also be possible to access them also from the Kindle application. Kindle Scribe can be used with two different styluses, Basic or Premium: both promise maximum precision and naturalness in writing and both are attached to the side of the device via a magnetic connection (but do not require recharging ); Additionally, the Premium comes with an eraser on top (for convenient erasing) and a customizable shortcut button, with which you can launch the eraser, highlighter, or create a new sticky note.
Obviously there will be all the other typical Kindle features, such as the Kindle store where you can buy books, access to the Kindle Unlimited catalog for subscribers (4 months free for those who subscribe when setting up device) and the ability to tune the reading experience by adjusting characters, line spacing, etc. Kindle Scribe is available for pre-order starting today, with shipping in the coming weeks, with prices starting at €369.99. It is available in 16GB, 32GB or 64GB memory sizes, with either Basic or Premium stylus. There will also be covers, in different colors and in leather, premium leather or fabric, which can be folded to support Kindle Scribe at different reading angles.