Amazon Kindle screens use E Ink technology, which is a sort of electronic paper display. These screens are made up of small tiny capsules loaded with reactive black and white components that respond to electrical charges. When a charge is added, the particles move, resulting in the formation of text and images. E Ink displays, unlike regular screens, reflect brightness, and making them simple to read a variety of lighting conditions while wasting less power. This technology is responsible for the Kindle’s distinct, paper-like surface as well as long battery life. Source: https://learningtoday.net/how-does-kindle-work/
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