Onyx Boox Max3 - a very large, very expensive reader

Onyx Boox Max300 - a reader with a huge size screen based on electronic ink - went on sale in the Russian market and is available at a recommended retail price of 71,990 rubles.

The e-book reader received a powerful 8-core processorQualcomm clocked at 2 GHz, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory, which significantly increased the speed and response speed, and the 4300 mAh battery provides long battery life. The device is controlled by the modern version of Android 9.0, equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-modules, as well as a USB Type-C port with OTG support, which allows you to connect peripheral devices that do not require drivers, such as USB drives, mice, keyboards, etc. .d. With a total weight of 490 grams, the thickness of the case is only 6.8 millimeters.

There is even a fingerprint scanner - built into the button under the screen.

Onyx Boox Max300 features a 13.3-inch E displayInk Mobius Carta with a plastic backing and a double touch layer. The capacitive sensor supports multi-touch for fast document scaling. Using a special stylus, the WACOM induction layer allows you to make sketches and handwritten margin notes. The screen recognizes 4096 degrees of pressure on the stylus.

The display size is optimal for working withdocuments containing graphics and diagrams of books in PDF and DjVu formats. The software supports the Split View function, which allows two documents to be displayed on the screen for work simultaneously. The presence of an HDMI input allows you to connect the reader to a computer and use it as a primary or secondary monitor.

Two speakers, two microphones (!) - in case you want to talk with the tablet - for better recognition of your speech.

Key Features Onyx Boox Max3:

Grayscale screen, E-Ink, 13.3 ″, 1650 × 2200, 207 ppi, 16 colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch, Carta, Wacom
IronQualcomm Snapdragon 625
2 GHz, 8 x Cortex-A53, Adreno 506
Battery Li-Ion, 4300 mAh
Dimensions309.8 x 227.8 x 6.8 mm
Weight490 g
OSAndroid 9.0 Pie
Sensors Fingerprint Scanner (Front)

Tatyana Kobelskaya