Multiple ways of transmitting books, faster and more convenient. USB,bluetooth and wifi transmitting,fast connection,one touch to transmission.
The Likebook P6 E-Reader is a well-rounded ereader that offers a high resolution screen, fast performance, and plenty of storage. It's a sturdy, compact device with a modern design, and it's easy to use. The 6-inch screen has a 300 ppi resolution, which is more than 200 ppi higher than that of most 6-inch ereaders, and it's clearer and easier to read. The screen is also much brighter than most ereaders, and the text and images are sharper. The Likebook P6 has a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage. The ereader also has 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1, so it's fast, and it has a micro USB port for charging and transferring data.
Operating system Android 10.0, BatteryLi-Pol, 3150 mAh, High quality cover case included
The KON-TIKI 2 eReader is a neat little eReader. It's light, comfortable to hold, and the battery lasts for days. It's slim and compact, and the screen is large enough to easily read most books. The eInk Carta Plus display is bright and has sharp text. The interface is easy to navigate, and the device supports reading in multiple modes. However, the KON-TIKI 2 eReader's only drawback is its slow page-turn speed, which made it difficult to read long documents.
Dual Touch Control: electromagnetic pen (Wacom stylus) and capacitive touch with finger are supported that it is easy for reading .good partner to make notes, meeting minutes, drawing,Sketch etc, 4096 Degrees of Pressure Sensitivity gives you a chance to draw or write down your inspiration. Intelligent AI recognition convert handwriting to text , design and creation , share freely.
When it comes to e-readers, there really aren't many bad choices. But of the ones we tested, the Likebook Ares-Note Ereader was our favorite. It has a great display for reading, and the included case is really nice. The Ereader features a 7.8-inch eInk touchscreen, which looks good and is responsive, and it is powered by a 1.5 GHz octa-core processor, which is faster than most of the other e-readers we tested. The Ereader's built-in speakers are pretty good, and the built-in adjustable light works well, too. The built-in tablet cover is nice, but it takes a few seconds to open and close. The built-in battery charges quickly, and it can last for 4-5 days.
Operating system Android 9.0, BatteryLi-Pol, 3150 mAh, High quality cover case included
The KON-Tiki Black eReader is an improvement on the KON-Tiki White eReader in almost every way. It's brighter, it's lighter, it has a sharper screen, and it has a built-in light that you can turn on and off. The touchscreen is better too, and it's more responsive, making navigation easier. The KON-Tiki Black is also better for reading on planes because the screen automatically rotates when you open it, and it has a 360-degree hinge so you can view it at any angle you like. The eReader is also smaller and lighter than its predecessor, and it's more convenient than any tablet. The built-in case adds a little weight, but it's useful because it protects the eReader from scratches and bumps. The eReader's battery life is solid, but it's disappointing that the KON-Tiki Black can only last for 13 hours before it needs a charge. The KON-Tiki Black isn't perfect, but it's an excellent eReader and it's the best eReader you can buy for the money.
High-speed Octa-core ProcessorUse RK3368 8 Core 1.5GHz chips, plus 2GB RAM, features faster response, smoother turn page, lower power consumption and more stable performance.
The Likebook Mars E-Reader is a compact, lightweight device, and it weighs only 139 grams without its case. It has a clear 7.8-inch screen, and it's easy to read, even outdoors. It boasts a high 300-ppi resolution, and it uses an anti-glare process to make the screen easier to read. The Likebook Mars E-Reader has lots of features, including a voice reader, a bookstore, a note-taking app, a calculator, and a dictionary. The bookstore includes e-book store, and you can download e-books from Google Play. The calculator and dictionary are useful, and the note-taking app allows you to take notes and save them. The voice reader feature allows you to read books and listen to audiobooks with the device. The Likebook Mars E-Reader is lightweight, and it's comfortable to hold and to use. It's powered by a quad-core processor, and it has a 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage.
Dual Touch Control supported : active capacity pen ( pen which need buy seperately ) and capacitive touch with finger are supported that it is easy for reading .good partner to make notes, meeting minutes, drawing,Sketch etc, 4096 Degrees of Pressure Sensitivity gives you a chance to draw or write down your inspiration.
We've tested a lot of e-readers, from budget Kindles to flagship Kindle Oasises, and we've never found one we liked more than the Likebook P10. It's simple, comfortable, and easy to operate, and it's lightweight enough to hold with one hand. It's easy to read in sunlight, and while the paperwhite's front-light is a bit weak, it lights up enough to see comfortably. The buttons are responsive, and the device has front and rear cameras for video calling. The tablet also has some handy bonus features, including a keyboard and a USB dock. The Likebook P10 has fewer apps than other e-readers, but the selection is enough to make reading comfortable. Overall, if you're looking for an e-reader, you really can't go wrong with the Likebook P10.
Comfort Light: Built-in
The Kobo Clara HD is an affordable 6-inch e-reader with an attractive design, fast speeds, and an excellent selection of books, movies, and music. It reads both ePub and PDF formats, and you can download more than 1 million free titles from the Kobo store, Amazon, and Google. The Clara HD is fast enough to run apps, too. With fast Wi-Fi, it can download books within minutes, and the battery lasts up to 8 weeks per charge. The 6-inch display has a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, which is high enough to read comfortably, even in bright sunlight. The Clara HD has a dual-touchscreen, so you can navigate with two taps, and Wacom active stylus support lets you draw sketches, take notes, or annotate books. The Clara HD has a front-facing VGA camera for video chats, and there's 4GB of internal memory for downloading books. The Kobo Clara HD is an excellent e-reader, and its 6-inch size and affordable price makes it a great choice for anyone looking for an inexpensive e-reader.
Convenient and portable: The 6-inch screen weighs 189 g and can be easily grasped with one hand. Easy to carry, you can read anytime, anywhere.
The Kindle Paperwhite (previously called the Kindle 2) is our favorite e-reader, and we've reviewed it several times. But because of its age, it's not available from Amazon.com anymore, and the older models, which are still available, are considerably cheaper. The Paperwhite 2.0 is the closest you can get to a Kindle 2. The Paperwhite 2.0 is thinner and lighter than the Kindle Paperwhite 3.0, but still quite bulky. The new Kindle Paperwhite 3.0 has better contrast and battery life, and it weighs just 6.5 ounces, but it's still thicker than the Kindle Paperwhite 2.0. The Paperwhite 3.0's also a bit heavier than the Kindle Voyage, which has the same pixel resolution as the Paperwhite 3.0.
The device supports OTG and a USB jack, which allow you to connect additional peripherals that do not require the installation of additional drivers.
The Onyx Boox Poke 2 is a solid tablet, with a smooth, well-built aluminum body, and a responsive 6-inch E Ink display. The display is sharp and clear, and it's responsive enough to play most games. The Poke 2's performance is snappy, too, and the 32GB of storage is adequate for most users. The built-in 2-megapixel camera takes decent photos and video, and the 8-megapixel front camera will do in a pinch. The Poke 2's battery life is a little disappointing, averaging only about 5 hours of active use. The tablet also doesn't charge as quickly as other tablets, requiring a full 30 minutes to charge from 0 to 50 percent. The Poke 2's slider design also keeps it from fitting in a regular pants pocket, so you'll need to bring a small bag along for when you want to travel. The tablet's 8-megapixel camera is disappointing, but it's good enough for most casual snapshots, and users with the tablet's included case can use it as a portable photo frame.