The Onyx Boox Poke 2 is an e-reader that is designed for reading digital content, such as ebook. There is no digital note taking functionality like all of the other products in Onyx’s modern portfolio. The big selling points is the flush screen and bezel, which makes text really pop and Android 9.0, so you can install all of your favorite apps from Google Play.
Good e-Reader is proud to give you a sense on what the Poke 2 brings to the tablet, with our unboxing video. We will give you a sense of the box art, everything that comes inside and the industrial design of the e-reader.
The box of the Nova 2 is completely black. The front says the brand name, which is Boox. It shows an outline of the e-reader in white and says the model name. Many of Onyx products use a full color render of the device, so this is interesting that they are doing something different. The back of the box is very busy. It lists the model name and the six inch size and gives a brief rundown of the tex specs in nine different languages. The side of the box has a QR code and some relegatory information.
The box flips open from the bottom. The top of the inside of the box is white and there is black cardboard layer on the bottom that the e-reader its on, encased in a plastic film. Underneath that is the USB cable, warranty card and quick start guide.
The Poke 2’s front of the device is black, and same with the sides, top and bottom. It has a gunmetal grey accent on the very bottom. The back of the device is also in gunmetal and lists the name of the device. The flush screen and bezel is made of glass and holding it in your hand, it actually feels light and not heavily. The sides of the bezel are small, but the glass extends over the side.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten 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.