Texet e-readers



The Russian company Alkotel lets out devices under trade mark Texet. All books Texet are published nowadays and have six-inch screen. These readers are simple and comprehensible at the price, at the same time have a number of necessary functions.

E-book readers TEXET with E-ink displays

TB-116 TB-216 TB-126 TB-136 TB-146


Model TB-116 - the simple, easy model, capable to meet all basic desires of users. Browsing keys are located only on right side of case that is not always convenient. The screen a diagonal of 6 inches e-ink Vizplex. The device supports all basic formats of text files. Text wrappings are absent. Loadings of fonts and support dictionaries are not present.

Model TB-216 - the following model of the book. Quantity of supported formats of files at level TB-116, have possibility to read DJVU is added. Browsing keys are located on both parties of the screen. Any considerable changes in the software has not appeared.

Model TB-126 - the further development of e-book readers TEXET. That display - 6 inches e-ink Vizplex, possibility of reading of the basic formats of the text, except DJVU. From appendices: a calendar, hours, the receiver.

Model TB-136 Has convenient keys of browsing at the left and to the right of the screen. From new possibilities of a book shelf - ability to show a cover of books.

Model TB-146 has screen E-ink Pearl. From new possibilities of a book shelf - support of zip-archives.



General characteristics for all e-book readers:


Selection of resources of the Internet about e-book readers Texet is in section "Links."


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
Texet TB-1166VIZPLEX600 x 8007:1    
Texet TB-116FL6E-ink Pearl HD758 x 102412:1    
Texet TB-1266VIZPLEX600 x 8007:1    
Texet TB-1366VIZPLEX600 x 8007:1    
Texet TB-1388O-paper758 x 102412:1    
Texet TB-1466E-ink Pearl600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-1666E-ink Pearl600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-176FL6O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-2166VIZPLEX600 x 8007:1    
Texet TB-416FL6O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-418FL8O-paper758 x 102412:1    
Texet TB-4364.3O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-5044.3O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-526FL6O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-5666O-paper600 x 80010:1    
Texet TB-5788O-paper758 x 102412:1    



Mo­del of e-rea­der Text for­mats
TXT PDF EPUB MOBI FB2 DJVU HTML ZIP
Texet TB-116        
Texet TB-116FL        
Texet TB-126        
Texet TB-136        
Texet TB-138        
Texet TB-146        
Texet TB-166        
Texet TB-176FL        
Texet TB-216        
Texet TB-416FL        
Texet TB-418FL        
Texet TB-436        
Texet TB-504        
Texet TB-526FL        
Texet TB-566        
Texet TB-578        



Mo­del of e-rea­der Font / text Book shelf
TTF Car­ryings Foot­no­tes Fol­ders on a SD-card Fi­le na­mes Au­tors / book na­mes Book co­vers Fi­le ma­na­ger
Texet TB-116        
Texet TB-116FL        
Texet TB-126        
Texet TB-136        
Texet TB-138        
Texet TB-146        
Texet TB-166        
Texet TB-176FL        
Texet TB-216        
Texet TB-416FL        
Texet TB-418FL        
Texet TB-436        
Texet TB-504        
Texet TB-526FL        
Texet TB-566        
Texet TB-578        



Mo­del of e-rea­der Equ­ip­ment You can down­lo­ad OS WiFi User ma­nu­al
USB ca­ble Char­ger Co­ver Ap­pli­ca­tions Alt. Firm­wa­re Dic­tio­na­ry
Texet TB-116      Linux 
Texet TB-116FL      Linux 
Texet TB-126      Linux 
Texet TB-136      Linux 
Texet TB-138      Android 
Texet TB-146      Linux 
Texet TB-166      Android 
Texet TB-176FL      Android 
Texet TB-216      Linux 
Texet TB-416FL      Linux 
Texet TB-418FL      Linux 
Texet TB-436      Linux 
Texet TB-504      Linux 
Texet TB-526FL      Linux 
Texet TB-566      Linux 
Texet TB-578      Linux 






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