For the past few days, I’ve had the all-new 10th generation Kindle which replaces the old 8th gen Kindle. If you ask us why Amazon skipped the 9th gen Kindle we’d tell you it’s because seven ate (eight) nine. Bad jokes apart, it has the same 6-inch display, same plastic shell, and is available in black and white colour options. But this time around, the entry-level Kindle is Rs 2,000 more expensive than its predecessor and brings with it some new features. So let's see what my past few days have been like with this e-book reader.
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