Video review of the Pocketbook 602 e-Reader
Jan
03

Video review of the Pocketbook 602 e-Reader

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Welcome to another Good e-Reader Video Review! Today we do a full hands on review of the newest six inch e-reader from Pocketbook – the 602 edition.

This new e-reader runs on a Linux based operating system and can display up to 16 shades of gray! It has a resolution of 600×800 and has 166 dpi. It runs on a robust Samsung 533 MHZ processor and has 2 GB of internal Flash memory. You can further enhance the memory via a microSD card up to 32 GB. It has WI FI so you can purchase books from Pocketbooks own online bookstore or do business with others! One of best aspects of this new device is the ability to read so many different eBook formats! It does PDF, ePUB, MOBI, DOX, DOCX, and tons more!

This device also has a built in accelerometer so you can switch it between portrait and landscape mode without any problems at all. You can listen to audio books as well in the MP3 music player, and if you don’t want to disturb anyone, you can plug in headphones to the jack. If you are not a headphone fan, this unit does have 3.5mm stereo speakers.

Stay tuned later on today when we do our full comprehensive written review of the new Pocketbook 602 e-reader!


Markus Reily (115 Posts)

Markus lives in San Francisco, California and is the video game and audio expert on Good e-Reader! He has a huge interest in new e-readers and tablets, and gaming.


  • hosa

    hmmm.. this device would probably sell like hotcakes if it, say.. was able to display up to.. 50 shades of gray..?