Devices with big screens



So far, we have considered the portable electronic book with screen of 5 or 6 inches. Now let's talk about the devices with eight-and Nine Inch e-ink displays. These readers are often called electronic books, they are easy to read large format books scanned. To date, these devices remain a little, probably the majority of users to read educational and reference books prefers to use the tablets.

POCKETBOOK PRO 912, POCKETBOOK COLOR LUX, ECTACO JETBOOK COLOR


Pocketbook
Pro 912
Pocketbook
Color Lux
Onyx Boox
M92SM
TEXET
TB-138
Entaco Jetbook
Color


Model Pocketbook Pro 912 is built in the image and likeness of his six-inch counterparts. The model has a standard for products Pocketbook menu debugged years. The presence of the touch screen allows not only easy to turn the pages of the book , but to use the onscreen keyboard. You can also turn the pages of special keys to the right of the screen. The device has full support for most text formats , correct hyphenation in the texts in Russian . When the module is powered wi-fi you can use the resources of the Internet , download the book or read the news.

Pocketbook Color Lux - a model with a color e-ink screen, equipped with adjustable backlighting. This device has the same basic value as the Pocketbook Pro 912.

Model Onyx boox M96M Zeus - a simple qualitative device for reading. As well as the Pocketbook supports all major text formats, has a module wi-fi. Key turning conveniently located on the sides of the screen. E-book comes complete with power supply and cover.

TEXET TB-138 - the most budget (under consideration include) e-book with a large paper-like screen. The use of the screen O-paper (OED Holding Ltd.) Allowed to minimize the price of the device.

ECTACO JETBOOK COLOR - reader is positioned as an electronic textbook. The device screen - backlit color touchscreen model E-ink Triton. ECTACO JETBOOK COLOR supports most popular file formats except Djvu. Unusual set of applications - in addition to the usual calculator, calendar and clock with Ectaco is "speaking" English-Russian phrasebook dictionary with pictures periodic table.

Basic electronic book screen 8 - 9.7 inches in the table.



The table of parametres.

Display and flash card Formats of files Fonts and bookshelf Complete set and functions

Mo­del of e-rea­der Disp­lay Flash ca­rd
Di­a­go­nal Type Re­so­lu­tion Cont­rast Touch­scre­en Back­light SD Mic­ro SD
AMAZON KINDLE DX9.7E-ink Pearl825 x 120010:1    
Bookeen Cybook Ocean8E-ink Pearl HD1200 x 160012:1    
Ectaco Jetbook Color9.7E-ink Triton1200 x 160010:1    
Kobo Aura One7.8E-ink Carta HD1404 x 187215:1    
Onyx BOOX M96 Zeus9.7E-ink Pearl825 x 120010:1    
Onyx BOOX Prometheus9.7E-ink Pearl825 x 120010:1    
Onyx BOOX Robinson Crusoe 28E-ink Pearl HD1200 x 160012:1    
Onyx BOOX i86ML Moby Dick8E-ink Pearl HD1200 x 160012:1    
Pocketbook Color Lux 8018E-ink Triton600 x 80010:1    
Pocketbook Ink Pad 3 (PB740)7.8E-ink Carta HD1404 x 187215:1    
Pocketbook Ink Pad 8408E-ink Pearl HD1200 x 160012:1    
Pocketbook Pro 9129.7VIZPLEX825 x 12007:1    
Texet TB-1388O-paper758 x 102412:1    
Texet TB-418FL8O-paper758 x 102412:1    
Texet TB-5788O-paper758 x 102412:1    



Mo­del of e-rea­der Text for­mats
TXT PDF EPUB MOBI FB2 DJVU HTML ZIP
AMAZON KINDLE DX        
Bookeen Cybook Ocean        
Ectaco Jetbook Color        
Kobo Aura One        
Onyx BOOX M96 Zeus        
Onyx BOOX Prometheus        
Onyx BOOX Robinson Crusoe 2        
Onyx BOOX i86ML Moby Dick        
Pocketbook Color Lux 801        
Pocketbook Ink Pad 3 (PB740)        
Pocketbook Ink Pad 840        
Pocketbook Pro 912        
Texet TB-138        
Texet TB-418FL        
Texet TB-578        



Mo­del of e-rea­der Font / text Book­shelf
TTF Car­ryings Foot­no­tes Fol­ders on a SD-card Fi­le na­mes Au­tors / book na­mes Book co­vers Fi­le ma­na­ger
AMAZON KINDLE DX        
Bookeen Cybook Ocean        
Ectaco Jetbook Color        
Kobo Aura One        
Onyx BOOX M96 Zeus        
Onyx BOOX Prometheus        
Onyx BOOX Robinson Crusoe 2        
Onyx BOOX i86ML Moby Dick        
Pocketbook Color Lux 801        
Pocketbook Ink Pad 3 (PB740)        
Pocketbook Ink Pad 840        
Pocketbook Pro 912        
Texet TB-138        
Texet TB-418FL        
Texet TB-578        



Mo­del of e-rea­der Equ­ip­ment You can down­lo­ad OS WiFi User ma­nu­al
USB ca­ble Char­ger Co­ver Ap­pli­ca­tions Alt. Firm­wa­re Dic­tio­na­ry
AMAZON KINDLE DX      Linux     
Bookeen Cybook Ocean      Linux 
Ectaco Jetbook Color      Linux 
Kobo Aura One      Linux 
Onyx BOOX M96 Zeus      Linux     
Onyx BOOX Prometheus      Android 
Onyx BOOX Robinson Crusoe 2      Android 
Onyx BOOX i86ML Moby Dick      Android 
Pocketbook Color Lux 801      Linux     
Pocketbook Ink Pad 3 (PB740)      Linux 
Pocketbook Ink Pad 840      Linux     
Pocketbook Pro 912      Linux     
Texet TB-138      Android 
Texet TB-418FL      Linux 
Texet TB-578      Linux 






Next






e-ink-reader.ru


Cookie policy

Share

What to read?

Dmitry Glukhovsky "Metro 2034". The basis of two bestselling computer games Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light, the Metro books have put Dmitry Glukhovsky in the vanguard of Russian speculative fiction alongside the creator of Night Watch, Sergei Lukyanenko. A year after the events of METRO 2033 the last few survivors of the apocalypse, surrounded by mutants and monsters, face a terrifying new danger as they hang on for survival in the tunnels of the Moscow Metro...

What to read?

Jean Kwok "Mambo in Chinatown". Twenty-two-year-old Charlie Wong grew up in New York’s Chinatown, the older daughter of a Beijing ballerina and a noodle maker. Though an ABC (American-born Chinese), Charlie’s entire life has been limited to this small area. Now grown, she lives in the same tiny apartment with her widower father and her eleven-year-old sister, and works—miserably—as a dishwasher...

Charlaine Harris "Day Shift". Welcome to Midnight, Texas. It's a quiet little town, perched at the junction between Davy Road and Witch Light Road, and it's easy to miss. With its boarded-up windows, single traffic light and sleepy air, there's nothing special about Midnight . . . which is exactly how the residents like it. So when the news comes that a new owner plans to renovate the run-down, abandoned old hotel in town, it's not met with pleasure. Who would want to come to Midnight, with its handful of shops, the Home Cookin diner, and quiet residents - and why? But there are bigger problems in the air. When Manfred Bernado, the newest resident in town, is swept up in a deadly investigation suddenly the hotel and its residents are the least of the towns concern. The police, lawyers and journalists are all headed to Midnight, and it's the worst possible moment...

To find these books, check out the "e-library".