PocketBook InkPad Lite: Is the 9.7 inch low-res screen good enough?

Estimated reading time: 9:01 min.

The PocketBook InkPad Lite is a rare specimen: With it’s 9.7 inch E-Ink screen, it is a large-format entry-level eReader for around 200 Euros. But that low pricepoint comes at a cost: The display only has a resolution of 150 ppi. Let’s have a closer look to see if PocketBook has made the right choice by using a low-resolution display. Video review  Build and haptics The InkPad Lite uses […]

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Huawei MatePad Paper Review: The most powerful E-Ink tablet has its weaknesses

Estimated reading time: 16:26 min.

The Huawei MatePad Paper is a digital notepad, ereader and e-ink tablet. Depending on which application you need the MatePad Paper, which costs around 500 Euros, can fill any role. The big question is: How capable is it? So let’s take a closer look at Huawei’s first e-ink device and review its strengths and weaknesses. Video review Display The Huawei MatePad Paper has a 10.3-inch flush E-Ink Carta display which […]

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TCL NXTPAPER 10s: Better than E-Ink?

Estimated reading time: 0:49 min.

The TCL NXTPAPER 10s was unveiled a couple of weeks ago at CES 2022. TCL had already introduced the transreflective display technology called “NXTPAPER” at IFA 2020, but the tablet with the same name was never widely available in Europe. This is now changing with the NXTPAPER 10s, as the device has been available in selected European countries for around 250 euros for around 2 weeks. What does NXTPAPER actually […]

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