Device with a e-ink screen of 4.3 inches



Until now, we have considered the portable ebook with screen sizes 5 , 6, 8 , 9.7 inches. Now let's talk about the devices with the smallest of the books used in the electronic screen diagonal of 4.3 inches . These displays're produces by chinese corporation OED Technologies CO., LTD. Their detailed specifications are here. Readers with these screens are very compact . Their size is about a passport , so you can easily put it into your pocket.

All three models we'll talk about are very similar to each other . It seems that the insides of the readers is practically identical. Differences - only in case design and construction side scrolling buttons. The software of these devices is very simple and contains a minimal set of features that affect their price. Today it's about two thousand roubles.

Ritmix RBK-200, Texet TB-436, Texet TB-504


Ritmix RBK-200 Texet TB-436 Texet TB-504


Model Ritmix RBK-200 is equipped with buttons turning on both sides of the display and it's very convenient . You can keep this e-book for both right and left hand. It doesnt Include cover, but there is a soft case. It's weight is only 110 grams reader .

Texet TB-436 is also equipped with turning buttons on both sides of the display. Case is visually more rigid and durable than in Ritmix. There are footnotes in text format FB2, but they're not located at the bottom of the page, but they're introduced into the text and enclosed in square brackets . Shifts in words do not comply Russian language.

Model Texet TB-504 doesn't have turning buttons on the left of the screen. Software is not unlike TB- 436. This book comes without cover, and with full cover.

Basic parameters of electronic books with a screen diagonal of 4.3 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
Ritmix RBK-2004.3O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-4364.3O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-5044.3O-paper600 x 80010:1    



Mo­del of e-rea­der Text for­mats
TXT PDF EPUB MOBI FB2 DJVU HTML ZIP
Ritmix RBK-200        
Texet TB-436        
Texet TB-504        



Mo­del of e-rea­der Font / text Book­shelf
TTF Car­ryings Foot­no­tes Fol­ders on a SD-card Fi­le na­mes Au­tors / book na­mes Book co­vers Fi­le ma­na­ger
Ritmix RBK-200        
Texet TB-436        
Texet TB-504        



Mo­del of e-rea­der Equ­ip­ment You can down­lo­ad OS WiFi User ma­nu­al
USB ca­ble Char­ger Co­ver Ap­pli­ca­tions Alt. Firm­wa­re Dic­tio­na­ry
Ritmix RBK-200      Linux 
Texet TB-436      Linux 
Texet TB-504      Linux 






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