Live interview with Dr. Asad Khan, CEO of Kent Displays and Nithya Venkataraman of Kent Displays talking about the latest developments in CH-LCD, for note taking, with now the Carbon Copy Pen for full recording of notes to smartphone now crowdfunding at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/carboncopy/carbon-copy-the-surprisingly-simple-smart-pen
This is the second E Ink phone BOOX released. The first one was called BOOX E43 and launched out in 2014 which I helped make famous here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTbkNld0sHE The new phone shown at CES 2020 features a 5.8" E Ink screen with 300PPI. It also has a front light with adjustable color tones, an octa-core processor, dual speakers, a microphone, a front fingerprint, and dual camera lens on the back, dual SIM card slots, or one SIM card and one SD card.
Other Onyx E Ink products are BOOX Max3 and BOOX Note2. BOOX Max3 features a 13.3” large E Ink screen, Octa-core processor, Android 9.0 OS, OTG support, 5GHz Wi-Fi, while BOOX Note2 has similar specs and a 10.3” display with front light.
BOOX also introduced the new firmware 2.2.2 they just released. There were a lot of great new features for its eReaders, such as full-page translation, scribbles on nearly all ebook formats, optimized user interface, and so on. Inspired by the users’ feedback and advice, BOOX gets a great number of ideas and launches a new firmware update for its eReaders every three to six month.
Wiwood shows their 10.3" Android9 MediaTek MT8168 wacom notepad, with Google Play all Android apps, they also show a 9.7" E Ink Notepad.
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
CLEARink ePaper 2.0 won the People’s Choice Award at SID’s Display Week 2019. They're showing ePaper 2.0 for the first time, reflective displays using Electrophoretic Total Internal Reflection (eTIR), which has the goodness of previous ePaper technologies including sunlight readability, low power, along with color and video. CLEARink demonstrates 9.7” displays with 1:16 contrast, 227 dpi, 4096 colors with and without front light, monochrome and color modes running video content, 16 levels of gray, driven by less than 5V. Interview with Frank Christiaens CEO and Sri Peruvemba CMO.
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.
Jezetek E-Book Reader and writer there’s the 7.8" P78C Supporting styling writing as well so that would make it 7.8-inch E-ink 1404*1872 Capacitative Touch. With memory 8GB EMMC and Ram 1GB, battery 3000mAh. There’s also a 10.3" P10C model with 8GB of internal storage space and 1GB of RAM, same as the P78C. The cool thing about this model is it’s the first 10.3-inch front light. Jezetek 13.3-inch model too, the P133A. Based on Android 4.4.2, but it looks like it’s still a major work in progress, especially when it comes to the hand writing features. The P78C and P10C both have iMX6 processors, but the P133A has the new iMX7 processor. (text by flatslap5657 of Fiverr)
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