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The Kindle's greatest strength has been both its battery life and its paper-like screen. Now Amazon is taking that to the next level with Kindle Scribe, which features a 10.2" 300 ppi display that you can write on. The display lets you take notes, markup PDFs, create sticky notes, and much more. It can also be equipped with up to 64GB of storage and can last up to three weeks on a single charge (when based on a half hour of writing a day). And yes, it does everything your old Kindle can do and will last for up to 12 weeks when the Scribe is used just for reading. 


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