However, Amazon has also added the Kindle Scribe to the family. It’s the first Kindle that you can actually write on. The Kindle Scribe features a 10.2″ 300 ppi display that lets you take notes, markup PDFs, create sticky notes, and much more.
Other features include 64GB of storage and a battery life of up to 12 weeks, so long as you’re reading more than writing on the device. There’s also a choice of a basic and premium pen, with the latter adding a customizable shortcut button and a dedicated eraser.
Kindle Scribe starts $340 and arrives in November, but pre-orders are open now.