The Onyx Boox Note is one of the most eagerly anticipated e-readers for the first half of the year. It was designed to compete against the Remarkable, by offering an Android OS to allow users to install their own apps. Onyx has confirmed with Good e-Reader that it will be available for international customers on March 19th and you can order one today from the Good e-Reader Store.
The Onyx Boox Note features a 10.3 e-reader with a flexible E-ink Carta display. It has a resolution of 1872×1404. The panel is comprised of Electromagnetic WACOM and a capacitive layer, which means you can use the accompanied stylus or use your fingers to interact with the screen or flip pages of an e-book.
Underneath the hood is a 1.6GHZ quad core processor, 2GB of RAM, dual speakers, mic, Bluetooth and USB C. It has a giant 4100 mAH battery and ships with Android 6.0 and has Google Play. The Note does not have an SD card, so you will have to make due to the 32GB of internal storage. It also does not have an HDMI port, so you will not be able to use it as an external monitor. The dimensions are 249/177/8x6mm and weighs less than 355G.
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