E-paper-based devices are not uncommon. However, most readers are compact. There are few really huge models. However, the problem is slowly being solved.
This time the company PocketBook distinguished itself. It released a 10.3-inch PocketBook X reader. Looking for the sale of a long time will not have. The novelty appeared on the Russian market for 24 999 rubles.
That's a lot of money. Only analogues cost much more. Therefore, the PocketBook X deserves attention. What is interesting about the product? First of all, the E Ink Carta Mobius display. The panel is resistant to shocks and damages - thanks to the plastic backing.
The diagonal allows you to view non-standard formats. For example, to open tables, illustrations, notes, newspapers and comics. To read such things on small devices is excruciating.
Special mention should be made of the adjustable backlighting. You can change the color temperature - from warm yellow to cool white. Different settings - for morning and evening (so your eyes don't get tired).
The resolution of PocketBook X is decent - 1872 by 1404 pixels. The screen is touch sensitive. With the control there will be no difficulties. There are also hardware keys.
The body is durable - made of magnesium-aluminum alloy. The gadget weighs 300 grams. How are things with the "stuffing"? It is quite enough for the stated tasks. No special power is required.
PocketBook X is equipped with 1 GB RAM and a 1 GHz dual-core processor. There is 32 GB of flash memory for storing files. The capacity is in full order.
In addition, pleases the battery. The 2000 mAh battery lasts for a long time. 1.5 months of battery life - an impressive result. Tablets can only dream about such a result.
PocketBook X can play music. It supports MP3, OGG and M4B. Wi-Fi is responsible for the network connection. The operating system is Linux. Forget about the ubiquitous Android.
"Out of the box" several applications are available. Among them: chess, calculator, browser and PocketBook Cloud Dropbox. The last service serves to synchronize books with the phone.
It's interesting stuff. How do you like it?