PocketBook launches its new InkPad Color eReader with amazing features
The new PocketBook eReader called InkPad Color has finally launched in the international markets. E-Book readers like the Kobo, and the Barnes and Noble Nook, Amazon Kindle have been profoundly lauded for their advantages to the eyes and simplicity as a result of their utilization of e-paper displays (EPDs). Yet, they can’t display color or do more than ebook-reading; however, many eReaders are embracing Android for improving functionalities.
Inkpad Color isn’t the first color eReader however it is the first 7.8-inch screen eReader that flaunts an E Ink screen that displays 4,096 colors. It is amazing for comics, newspapers, manga, magazines, or scholarly books. You will be able to enjoy webcomics and webtoons in full color with the help of a web browser.
The Inkpad Color utilizes second-generation E INK Kaleido color e-paper technology. It is the main commercially accessible display of its class. The background color of comics, manga, and PDFs is white, and the greyscale background is of ebooks and for better color production the front-lit display has been updated.
The InkPad Color is 8mm thick and weighs 225g, so it should in any case be quite compact. The screen resolution has been expanded to 1404 x 1872 to complement its big screen size.
With the front-lit display, users will be able to read comfortably at night, and the new CFA is currently enhanced for white LED lights that uniformly light the screen. It comes with a dual-core 1GHZ processor, 1GB of RAM, SD card slot, a 16GB internal memory, and 32GB expandable memory option.
It also has a USB-C slot, WIFI, and Bluetooth 5.1 that is powered by a 2,900 mAh battery and G sensor too. Consumers can enjoy listening to audiobooks via Bluetooth or via the USB to 3.5mm jack adapter.
It’s available on Amazon in the US and UK for $329/£336, however, PocketBooks are presently sold in few selected international markets, however, ebook readers are hoping the company sells it in various other markets too in near future.
Given its potential to bring pictures to life, the new PocketBook InkPad Color will surely be appropriate for children to read comics, children’s books, draw with the help of the coloring book app, and take notes via the note-taking app.