Onyx Boox has long specialized inreaders of increased functionality and size. Onyx Boox already has three ten readers with the name Note, even four if you count Onyx Boox Note S - it has a 9.7 ″ screen. Next in line is Onyx Boox Note 2.
Reader Onyx Boox Note 2 shown at an exhibition in Hong Kong, the official announcement has not yet been.
This is a ten-inch reader with very impressivecharacteristics. Qualcomm hardware, although not one of the top-end chipsets, is very solid for the reader - 8-core, 2-GHz, quite possibly Snapdragon 625. Dual-band Wi-Fi is supported, a lot of memory - 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory. Excellent battery - 4300 mAh, charging via USB Type-C port. USB OTG support allows you to use a USB flash drive. Or a keyboard. Even a fingerprint scanner is provided (and indeed - the choice of books can tell too much about a person, it is not always appropriate to illuminate him). Reigned above all this is the high-quality 10.3 ″ E-Ink ink screen with a resolution of 1404 × 1872 with backlight, a touchscreen with support for the Wacom function.
Photo - Notebook Italia.
The reader will be presented in the coming months - November, December, maybe - at the beginning of next year. There was no question of price.
Key Features Onyx Boox Note 2:
Grayscale, E-Ink, 10.3 ″, 1404 × 1872, 16 colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch, backlight, Wacom
Iron? Qualcomm Snapdragon 625
2 GHz, 8 x Cortex-A53, Adreno 506
RAM RAM 4 GB, ROM 64 GB
Battery Li-Ion, 4300 mAh
OSAndroid 9.0 Pie