Months after release, the Kindle Scribe is receiving key features that we wanted to see on release day. Better late than never!
We go hands-on with the latest 13.3" e-ink tablet from Onyx Boox, a slim and trim device called the Tab X. It's a proper Kindle Scribe competitor, but there's a catch.
There are many e-paper tablets for writing, but only the Amazon Kindle Scribe and Remarkable 2 are built for the task. Among the two, one is clearly superior.
The Kindle Scribe feels like a first-generation device, but the latest software update is a big step in the right direction.
Before you buy the Kindle Scribe, you'll want to know how, exactly, note-taking works and whether or not you can use those notes for work or school.
The Amazon Kindle Scribe comes bundled with a Basic or Premium Pen, but you can replace either if needed.
The Amazon Kindle Scribe can be used as both an e-reader and a writing device for jotting down notes, journal entries, annotations, and more.
The Amazon Kindle Scribe functions as both an e-reader and a digital notebook and combines the two functions in one as well.
Suit up your gigantic Kindle Scribe to protect it from the inevitable wear and tear of everyday life. These are the best covers for your brand-new Kindle Scribe.
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