The Good e-Reader 13.3 inch e-reader was the first product we ever released and many users wanted something smaller and more affordable. This was the reasoning behind our new 6.8 inch Android e-reader! It has a WACOM screen so you can interact with the device with gestures or use the accompanied stylus. This will allow you to take notes, make highlights and annotations. You can view and edit your favorite PDF files or read an e-book. Reading in the dark is no issue our glorious front-lit display. Best of all, you can install your favorite Android apps.
The Perfect e-Reader
The e-reader industry is saturated with 6 inch e-readers that offer limited functionality or lock you into dealing with 1 company. The Good e-Reader 6.8 bucks the trend by giving you a full touchscreen experience with a WACOM screen that allows you to take notes with a customized app and save the notes to the internal memory or your computer.
The best thing about our e-reader is that it runs on Google Android 4.0 which is the best operating system for e-readers. You can install your favorite apps and access your entire e-book collection with up to 32 GB of internal storage.
We believe in being e-book agnostic, which means you can read e-books from any of your favorite retailers. We support Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and your local library. You can also your favorite digital title in hundreds of different languages, including Arabic.
The Good e-Reader 6.8 allows you to easily change the font size, font type or make highlights and annotations. If you are unsure of a word, you can look it up in the dictionary of your choice, or share a favorite passage on social media.
Digital Note Taking
Just like writing with pen on paper, use the stylus to write fluidly and directly on the panel, easily highlight text and erase notes. You have the same ease of movement, plus the surface rejects your palm, so functionality is never disrupted, the way it can be on regular tablets.
The stylus has over a thousand degrees of pressure sensitivity and there are hundreds of different pen types you can customize. There are dozens of different backgrounds you can select, depending on the task.
The Good e-Reader 6.8 is ideal for students who need to write down complex formulas or to jot notes down during class. It is also perfect for professionals who need a replacement for paper in their office or need a device that is not susceptible to glare from the sun.
Spending time with the Good e-Reader 6.8 is like living in a possible post-physical paper world.
Download Thousands of Apps
The Good e-Reader App Store for E Ink is the worlds first Android market that is optimized for an e-paper screen. There are thousands of apps currently available that have been 100% tested and verified to ensure that they will provide users with a robust experience.
You will be able to craft your own experience with our 6.8 inch e-reader.
Want to download both Kindle and Kobo to read e-books you bought on another device? You can do that.
Want to take a break from reading and play Words with Friends? You can do that too.
Do you want to install Moon+ Reader, Aldiko, Manga Box, or Comixology? Yes, you can!
Support the 6.8 Inch Android e-reader
Our first campaign on Indiegogo featured a giant sized 13.3 inch e-reader and in 11 months we raised over $329,000. We learned a lot from our first commercial product and are really excited to offer the same firmware on the 6.8 inch e-reader that our 13.3 inch e-reader employs. The Good e-Reader team spent countless months to make sure the note taking experience was on point and the e-book library management system is truly excellent. We really think this device is very robust and more fluid than our first generation model.
You can order this e-reader today via Kickstarter – https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1901480908/good-e-reader-68-andoid-e-reader
Michael Kozlowski has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past twelve years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times. He Lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.