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BOOX Note Air2 ePaper Paper Tablets

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Personally, my preference is for a yellow-toned display, but the colder tones proved handy for reading outdoors, or in other brightly lit areas. Huawei's MatePad Paper is another alternative to the Note Air 2 Plus, though isn't as compelling owing to a sorely lacking software experience. This could be excused as an oversight on a first-gen product, but the second time around, it doesn't make any sense to us.

Strong compatibility, it can be connected to Type-C external wired devices through the built-in efficient multi-function, and can also cast screens wirelessly, and expand wireless devices through Bluetooth. The Flicker-Free technology completely eliminates the flickering of the LEDs used in this frontlight. ultra-fast transmission, network connection and file transfer, get rid of annoying transmission lines, and create your wireless life. Thanks to its large screen and the possibility of using a pen, this device is ideal for those who work with technical and educational literature.

They say that it has been damaged by external forces (impossible, and look at the screen, there isn't a scratch or a dent! There’s some heft to the device, the Note Air 2 Plus weighing in at 445g, although I found it comfortably to hold in one hand. After all, running Android apps like Gmail, there’s a good chance you’ll want your tab to have the very latest security updates, and my Note Air 2 Plus didn’t seem to at the time of writing. The magnetic tri-fold magnetic case, which is compatible with the Note Air2 Plus, provides sturdy and secure protection for your device. The device is freely reprogrammable on request of the user who can install, delete and create programs.

Onyx’s notetaking software is powerful, with support for layers, text, image attachments and even optical character recognition (OCR), though it is less intuitive than that of ReMarkable. Boox is committed to providing free firmware updates for all models for more than 3 years since the product launch date.

I tried using pin code security but in practice this breaks the flow of using the device on and off while doing other things (e.

Onyx says that many of those features are eventually coming to Note 2, but I don't recommend products based on promised future features. Si vous cherchez une table e-ink pour la productivité, le onyx boox tab ultra sera probablement préférable, mais aussi 120 euros de plus.Third-party pen-based apps fare more poorly, with unusably long lag (as I've seen on other Onyx tablets). This is the only real niggle I had with the Note Air series’s design, the USB-C port is covered when the tab is in a folio case. Powerful digital notepads enable you to take structured and efficient notes in meetings and at work. I also saw some background battery loss, which is unusual on E Ink devices; in the Note Air's case, it dropped by 3% overnight.

There is a frontlight (with temperature adjustment), Bluetooth, Wifi, Speakers, a Microphone, and a G-sensor (for auto-rotation of the screen). Running Readly – the magazine and newspaper app – beautifully, and showing off comics well with apps like Marvel Unlimited and DC Infinite, its large 10.com and PC Magazine are among the federally registered trademarks of Ziff Davis and may not be used by third parties without explicit permission. These include Regal, Speed, A2 and X, which range from slow and sharp (Regal – best for books) to fast and unafraid of ghosting (X – best for video). While this e-reader doesn’t include all the features you’d expect of a tablet, it’s does the job for browsing the web and using day-to-day apps – although those looking for a device on which to predominantly watch video content should look elsewhere. If, however, you want something for general media consumption, you’d be better off with a traditional tablet.

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