The Boyue Likebook P10 is a new 10 inch dedicated e-reader. This device will make reading ebooks, manga, magazines newspapers glorious on such a large screen. You will be able to read at night via the front-lit display and it also has a color temperature system. Google Android 8.1 provides a ton of flexibility to customize the reading experience and has full access to the Google Play Store. It comes with a free case and a stylus, a $40 value.
The Likebook P10 features a 10 inch capacitive touchscreen display with E INK Carta HD e-paper technology. It has a resolution of 1200×1600 and 200 PPI. It has 28 LED lights, they offer a combination of white and amber, this is used for the front-lit display and color temperature system. The screen is completely flush with the bezel and has a layer of glass.
Underneath the hood is a quad core 1.5 GHZ CPU processor, 2 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. It has WIFI 2.4GHZ, 5.0GHZ, which is used for browsing the internet or downloading apps. Bluetooth 5.0 will ensure that you can plugin a pair of wireless headphones or earbuds and listen to audiobooks, music, podcasts or TTS e-reading apps. It is powered by a 3,900 mAh battery, which should last a couple of weeks, before a recharge. It has USB-C to recharge the device by plugging it into your computer or a wall outlet. The dimensions are 178x239x8.5 and weighs 458g.
The P10 is powered by Google Android 8.1, which is the OS that powers their other devices, such as the Likebook Mars, Likebook Alita and Likebook Ares. Google Play is available right out of the box and requires not extra setup, so you can get going right away. This is one of the big strengths of the Likebook brand as a whole. You have the standard pre-installed e-reading, file manager and everything else, but you have complete freedom to download any app you want. If you like Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Comixology, Zinio or Overdrive Libby? You can just download them at the click of a button.
This device does not have a WACOM screen, but ships with a free capacitive pen, which you can use to edit PDF files or ebooks. It doesn’t have any stock e-note system.
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