Amazon has released a new entry-level Kindle with a high-res display and longer battery life

Amazon has released a new entry-level Kindle with a high-res display and longer battery life ...

The 11th generation Kindle, which is now available for download, has been announced, up from 167dpi on the previous 2019 model.

The Kindles display is the same at 6-inch, but there is also a decrease in battery life and storage; while the outgoing model might last four weeks, Amazon has reported a 6-week wait for this new model. Storage has doubled from 8GB to 16GB as standard. This newest model has a unique adjustable front light.

Alongside the adult Kindle, there is also a new Kindle Kids, which gives you the same device as the previous one, including a child-friendly cover, a years sub to Amazon Kids+, with access to tens of thousands of books and audiobooks, plus a two-year worry-free guarantee, making it easier to replace it if your eldest kids do not look after it as they do.

The new Kindle Paperwhite and the new Kindle Kids also come to the market via USB-C. The Kindle Unlimited has also been approved by customers, providing you with access to millions of books and audiobooks.

Pre-orders start today and the devices will last until the 12th of October. The standard Kindle is available in black or white, while new fabric covers will be available in black, rose, and dark Emerald.

Kindle Kids comes in black, but you may select from three cover designs: Space Whale, Unicorn Valley, and Ocean Explorer.

Both devices are made with 90% recycled magnesium while the packaging is 100% recyclable and made from sustainably managed forests or recycled material.