An overview of the new Onyx Boox Note2, with its new performance.
You can see behind the scenes as they show it to many Chinese media: https://youtu.be/91-ENuLUXzM
Onyx presents the new 10.3" Note2 with Qualcomm Octa Core ARM Cortex-A53 platform, responsive, with front-light, battery effecient, probably the most optimized and the most advanced E Ink notepad in the world at the moment. And the new 13.3" Boox Max3 also thinner, lighter, also running on the Qualcomm Octa-core platform on an Android 9 base.
BOOX Max3 13.3" E Ink Tablet available now for $859 at https://shop.boox.com/products/boox-max3?afmc=2a&utm_campaign=2a&utm_source=leaddyno&utm_medium=affiliate uses a Qualcomm Octa-Core CPU, 4GB RAM, runs Android 9, runs Apps, 2200x1650 resolution display, 4300 mAh battery, offers fingerprint authentication for security, with a 10% weight reduction (compared with Max 2) and 10% size reduction too, power button on the top after customers‘ feedback, flat screen using a PMMA filter will provide a friction-feeling such as the one we have when writing on paper, 64GB internal storage, MicroSD card reader for up to 512GB extra storage, synchronizing notes with the cloud (Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote) and a fast QR code fast doc sharing, Type-C port with OTG which can be used to connect a keyboard and mouse (which can be done over Bluetooth too) micro HDMI input to use as secondary device for a laptop or other device source. Max3 supports gray tones besides the black and white, split the screen showing 2 different files at the same time or 2 different pages of the same file, handwriting and speech recognition using the dual Mic rophones for a better speech recognition and an improved recognition of your handwritten notes and 5GHz WiFi too.
Here in Barcelona, Andreu Coll Onyx BOOX European Sales and Marketing Representative presenting some of the new firmware features such as the Speech recognition where the BOOX can convert said words in for example a meeting into digital text inside the BOOX note app. When in Side Notes feature, users can highlight word/s and look for the meaning on the Internet. E-Book Bookmarks can now be renamed. Text can be copied from Apps or Internet and pasted in the Note App text input. The the BOOX Sync users can bind their BOOX device with Evernote or Dropbox account for example and all notes can be synchronized and can be found and edited also from other device such as a smartphone or laptop. Also, users can download 3rd party Apps such as OneNote or OneDrive and also upload notes or download documents already on the cloud.
All the available BOOX devices are listed here:
Amazon USA: https://amzn.to/2Mpd3uW
Also available in Amazon Spain, Italy, Germany, UK, France, Canada.
Users, fans and potential customers of BOOX can contact Andreu Coll directly here: email@example.com and he will also check and respond to comments here under the video.
BOOX shows their E Ink tablets/pads at the EDIX Japan Education conference. In this video, BOOX products and BOOX education system platform are introduced at EDIX Japan, these devices can be used in classrooms and are good for kids and adults since are eye-friendly, have a low power battery and weight less than carrying a bag full of books for the small kid.
10.3" Onyx Boox Note Pro features warm and cold adjustable front lights, capacitive and Wacom touchscreens, with 4GB RAM, 64GB Flash.
7.8" Onyx Boox Nova Pro, comes with 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, color-adjusting frontlight, capacitive screen and Wacom stylus input with 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity. Resolution of 1872x1404. Availability will from around April for a price of around $280.
Onyx is showing all their new products at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Onyx Boox Nova is a 7.8" E Ink e-reader with edge-to-edge glass, a brand new design, they present 2 different versions, one with a front-light and capacitive touch and the other with Wacom stylus touch, capacitive touch but no front light. The basic one with front-light is hitting the market around November 2018 while the other one with the Wacom stylus touch input comes early 2019 probably. Onyx also introuced Boox Poke, Poke Plus which are 6" E Ink e-readers at the more affordable market segment. Then they also have the white colored 13.3" Boox Max 2 Pro with 4GB RAM and 64GB Flash. This video was filmed at the Frankfurt Book Fair.
Sandro Casiraghi presents https://www.padformusician.com/en/ based on the awesome Onyx Boox Max2 for a single or dual 97% of full A4 "like A4 paper" digital music notes reading experience, with a synchronized Bluetooth page turning pedal and Smartphone app. There are more than 1 million professional musicians in the world who potentially could benefit from this technology. This is made possible due to Onyx's Android solution on their Boox E Ink e-reader platform, as this is enabled through Android. The two readers connect via Wi-Fi direct and the master reader connects with the pedal and Smartphone using Bluetooth. Thus far they have been reaching out to professional and amateur musicians to get their feedback. Onyx is bringing their whole E Ink e-reader range up to their new Quad-core 1.6Ghz ARM platform with smoother and faster page turns, faster and better Android support. Onyx shows some of their new 6" e-reader designs including Boox Ligo, Boox Nova, Boox Poke that will come before the end of the year. While the 10.3" Boox Note is awesome, it is probably not a large enough screen for the music reading market. The Boox 9.7" Note S is newer and thinner and lighter too on their new faster platform too.
Interested distributors of the PadMu and potential e-Music reading customers can contact and read more about PadMu here: