Amazon DOUBLES Kindle Paperwhite Storage, Lets you Store 2000 Books

Amazon, the e-commerce giant, just like the huge Amazon Jungle, has a huge heart and a cute concern for its customers. Amazon has quietly increased the internal memory of Kindle Paperwhite from 2GB to 4GB allowing owners to store about 2000 books instead of the previously 1000 books. 


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While a complete revision of the Kindle Paperwhite hasn’t been introduced, an increase in memory was a much-needed improvement and could be the first step towards a complete overhaul of the device. So, if you all have purchased a Kindle Paperwhite in the last 30 days, it is likely your device has a memory of 4GB. People who have the older version of Kindle Paperwhite will have to sell their devices and buy a new one if they want a 4GB memory.

However, it is worth noting that there are no other new improvements  in the Kindle Paperwhite with 4GB  memory; it is still the second generation of Kindle Paperwhite,released last year, which was imbued with a faster processor, higher resolution display and new software features such as a Vocabulary Builder and Kindle Freetime for managing children’s usage time.

As it is customary of Amazon, we can expect a Kindle Whitepaper with improved hardware and new Kindle Tablets in September this year, which is not so far away. For instance, the Kindle Fire HDX and Kindle Fire HD were both announced in September of separate years.

Moreover, Amazon is endeavoring to bundle the Local Register credit card device with Kindle Fire HDX devices. Confounding enough, Amazon has not said anything about the Fire smartphone’s compatibility with the Local Register credit card device, and instead has chosen to include support for popular Samsung and Apple devices.

So, avid book readers, if you had problems having a huge book shelf or if your shelf has run out of space, do go to the nearest store and buy the Kindle Paperwhite. 2000 books is a huge number lads!

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