Kindle Oasis: the perfect way of reading
Amazon has just released his latest ebook which will be available in the coming weeks. This next Kindle is the eighth generation of electronic books created by Amazon. In order to design the best e-book on the market, the Kindle Oasis is nothing like what we are used to, but the most notable differences are inside this new devise. The Kindle Oasis is the lightest one in the market, it weighs only 131 grams and its thickness in the thinnest part is 3.4mm. It has a brighter sceen with a resolution of 300dpi (even higher than the one in the 9-10 inch tablets) it also includes a protective cover that integrates a backup battery which gives us 30 minutes in reading mode by charging it just 10 minutes. The cover is connnected to the device using magnets and the rest-ignition system is similar to the iPad smart cover. By itself, the device is similar to the Kindle Voyager, but if we connect the cover the autonomy increases in near two months.
Another of the most interesting developments of this Kindle is the design, it modifies one of the sides to improve grip. In addition, the control buttons that were eliminated in the last touch versions of the e-books, have now been recovered in this version of Kindle to make reading more comfortable. Also, if he change our divice from one hand to the other the accelerometers detect it and change the functions of the buttons so it does not chage the way of using them so it makes the device accesible to both right and left-handers.
The new Kindle Oasis costs £269 and it’s now on presale through the Amazon official website. However, the earlier Kindle versions (the basic Kindle, the Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage) which are much more accesible to all budgets, will still be available on the web.