Amazon's next Kindle may be super-thin, support a battery-charging case

  • Amazon's next Kindle may be super-thin, support a battery-charging case

Amazon's next Kindle may be super-thin, support a battery-charging case

In contrast, its Kindle Paperwhite, which sells for $120, has been a hit among book lovers. Mr. Bezos just pointed out that an all-new top of the line Kindle is coming and nothing else. "8th generation. Details next week".

Inc.is betting on batteries to drum up more sales of its popular line of Kindle e-readers. Most device launches are usually shrouded in secrecy, but Bezos' transparency on this new tablet implies that it may not be that big of a deal.

Since 2011, it has been seen that customers have been shifting to use more advanced tablets, which is bringing a decline in e-reader market. However, the Kindle remains a product that Amazon and its CEO hold close, given that the device is the company's first electronic gadget it launched and is directly connected to Amazon's founding business, which is selling books. Despite this trend, however, Amazon's Kindles have remained very resilient.

The Kobo Aura H2O, a close competitor of the Kindle Paperwhite, is waterproof. He also stated that the further details about the new device will be revealed next week. The Kindles are on sale from $30-50 off and range in price from $50 for the generic Kindle to $90 for the Paperwhite and $150 for the Voyager.

The Kindle Voyage was released in 2014 and boasts of a slimmer design, bigger storage, and sharper screen resolution, CNET listed.

The latest devices would help to solidify Amazon's dominance in e-readers.

Amazon recently updated the interface on all of its devices with fresh Bookerly font, designed specifically for legibility on ereaders, along with a new typesetting engine for a more book-like appearance on screen.

Not much is known about the upcoming Kindle model.