The Kaite B5 is the smaller brother to the 13.3 inch Kaite 2, this model has a 10.3 inch display, which is easy on the eyes and does not have a battery. It comes with a stylus and an eraser.The Kaite B5 features a 10.3 inch E-paper screen and does not have a battery. This makes it a very environmentally friendly and economical tool, as it does not consume items like paper … [Read more...] about Kaite B5 10.3 inch e-note Unboxing Video
The Xiaomi W7 Moaan is a great digital note taking device that has Google Android 8.1 and an entirely English UI and interface, which is ideal for a North American audience. This device is part ebook reader and part digital note taking device, combined, provides a very solid experience. Should you buy it? Hopefully this review will answer this very … [Read more...] about Xiaomi W7 Moaan Hands On Review
iReader has just released a brand new product, called the X-Pen. This was designed to work on their new series of e-notes. The big selling point behind this stylus, is that the nib is made of plastic and works on virtually every Wacom screen we tested it on, including the Remarkable 2.The outer layer is made of a highly durable plastic and the nibs are made of plastic. … [Read more...] about iReader X-Pen is one of the best WACOM EMR stylus
The Xiaomi Moaan W7 is a 10.3 inch e-note that was supposed to be released last year, but experienced countless delays. There were also rumors that this would only be available in China and not have English firmware, but now that it is officially released, it does have an entirely English UI, making it a really viable alternative to other Android digital note taking devices on … [Read more...] about Unboxing the Xiaomi Moaan W7 10.3 inch e-note
The vast majority of color E INK devices that have come out in 2020 have primarily been by Chinese companies. The iReader C6, Onyx Boox Poke 2 Color, the Hisense range of smartphones and now the iFlytek C1. The iReader and iFlytek both use similar design, with a flush screen and bezel, but tap into different ecosystems. The iReader uses Baidu, while iFlytek uses their own and … [Read more...] about iFlytek Book C1 Color E INK E-Reader Review
The Kaite 2 is quite a different product than the standard e-note or e-reader. Since it does not have a battery, it is easy to order from countries that have battery restrictions and are flagged as dangerous goods, ordering it is quick and easy. This giant 13.3 inch device can be drawn on with a stylus and content can be deleted with the accompanied eraser. Once you install the … [Read more...] about Kaite 2 13.3 inch battery free enote review
The Pocketbook Basic series of e-readers are entry level and tend to retail for around $80, making them very affordable. The brand new Basic 4 is no different and the main selling features is the HD screen, SD card and lots of physical buttons.HardwareThe Pocketbook Basic 4 features a six inch E INK Carta HD display and a resolution of 1024×758 and 212 PPI. This … [Read more...] about The Pocketbook Basic 4 is a respectable e-reader – Review
Remarkable is spending millions of dollars on marketing and promotional advertising for their second generation model, the Remarkable 2. On paper, some of the specs are really compelling. They have doubled the RAM, processing power and extended the battery life. The device has been resigned to be slimmer and lighter, at the expense of removing all of the buttons. During the … [Read more...] about Remarkable 1 vs Remarkable 2 – Which one should you buy?
The Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 has been available for the past three years and sets the gold standard for viewing and editing PDF files. The split screen view is robust and it is great for making notes. The Remarkable 2 has started to ship to people who placed pre-orders back in April and this device can not only view/edit PDF files, but also EPUB ebooks too. The drawing app is … [Read more...] about What e-note is better? The Sony DPT-CP1 or Remarkable 2?
The Remarkable 2 comes with a free white stylus, but the company also sells the Marker Plus Pen. During the pre-order period you can order the premium pen for a discount, but they currently do not sell it as an accessory you can just purchase, whenever you want. Once the Remarkable 2 stock stabilizes, they will sell the Marker Plus Pen and replacement nibs.The Marker Plus … [Read more...] about Remarkable 2 Marker Plus Pen Review
The Remarkable 2 is one of the most eagerly anticipated digital note taking devices of the year. The first generation model was crowdfunded and almost immediately available soon thereafter. The Remarkable 2 is being released in a staged format. Pre-orders have been ongoing for almost six months and the initial batch was supposed to come out already, but was delayed two months. … [Read more...] about Remarkable 2 Hands on Review