Pocketbook has just unveiled the Touch Lux 4 Limited Edition. This is limited model only has 10,000 units that were produced and has special light gold color on the e-reader. It comes with a free gift box and custom case inside.
The Pocketbook Touch Lux 4 features a six inch E Ink Carta display with a resolution of 1024×758 and uses a capacitive touchscreen. It has a new front-lit display, packing in higher quality LED lights than previous models, although it does not have a color temperature system.
Underneath the hood is a Allwinner A13 single core 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. There is a MICROSD support for an additional 32GB of storage. If you max out the SD, you should have room for over 3,000 ebooks.
I like the design refresh on this device. The bezel on the sides, top and button are noticeably smaller. There is a Pocketbook logo on the front, above the buttons. You can turn the pages of an ebook with the manual page turn keys and there is also a home and settings menu.
PocketBook Touch Lux 4 supports 17 book formats and 4 graphic formats, such as JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIFF. The built-in Wifi together with the PocketBook Cloud, Dropbox PocketBook and Send-to-PocketBook services allow easy delivery of e-content onto the e-reader without connecting it to a PC. The preinstalled Abbyy Lingvo dictionaries offer 24 language combinations for reading books in foreign languages.
The new PocketBook Touch Lux 4 Limited Edition is available in gold. It weighs 155 g and dimensions are 161.3 × 108 × 8 mm. It has a 1500 mAh battery, so it should last two to three weeks of constant use.
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