Good e-Reader is proud to unveil our Onyx Boox Super Sale! Every single model has been heavily discounted and now is the perfect time to purchase a new e-reader or digital note taking device. The MAX 3, Note Pro, Note Plus, Poke Pro, Nova Pro and the Note 2 are are all on sale. Each product has seen a price drop of around $20 to over $100 for each unit.
The Onyx Boox MAX 3 is the current flagship device and has a 13.3 inch screen, along with a qualcomm octa core processor and Android 9. The regular price is $859 and is now on sale for $829. The MAX 2 Pro is the previous generation and is also 13.3 inches, the regular price was $859 and is now $719.
The Onyx Boox 10.3 space is also heavily discounted. The Note Plus features a glass based display that is scratch resistant and an active digitizer so you can take notes, make highlights and draw with the accompanied stylus. A Quad-core processor will keep things snappy and Android 6.0 with Google Play will ensure that you have no shortage of apps. The regular price is $499 and this is on sale for $359.
The Onyx Boox Note Pro is one of the best 10.3 digital note taking devices on the market. The Note PRO features a 10.3 inch e-Ink Mobius and Carta display and a resolution of 1872×1404 and 227 PPI. It has a WACOM screen for the stylus and a capacitive touchscreen for interactions involving swipes and gestures. The PRO will also feature the same glass based display as the Note Plus, so the screen will not get damaged no matter how hard you press on the stylus, and doesn’t really need a screen protector. It has better specs than the Note Plus and the regular price is $599 and is on sale for $429.
The Onyx Boox Note 2 is a new e-reader and digital note taking device that will be released sometime in November. The Note 2 features a 10.3 inch E Ink Carta HD display with a resolution of 1872×1404 with 227 DPI. The screen is flush with the bezel and there is a glass pane. It has a front-lit display and amber LED’s to counteract the bright white ones. The screen has a WACOM layer that is meant to interact with the accompanied stylus, that has 4,096 degrees of pressure sensitivity, there is also palm rejection technology.
Underneath the hood is the same Qualcomm Octa-core 2 GHZ A53 processor as the MAX 3 employs. It also has 4GB of DDR3 RAM, 64GB of internal storage. There is a USB-C port for charging the device and also transferring data. The port is also compatible with OTG, which means you can attach keyboards, mice or an external SD card, with no drivers necessary. You can connect up to the internet the with 5G WIFI. The back button has a fingerprint function to unlock your device. It also has Android 9. The regular price is $549 and is now on sale for $529.
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