inkBOOK alternatives

inkBOOK - touch screen ebook reader with built-in light, Android Apps support, and Dual-Core processor. E Ink Carta e-paper display provides the best reading experience, best text quality, super fast page turns and does not cause eye strain on long reading sessions.
inkBOOK alternatives are:
Kindle Paperwhite, Nook GlowLight
Here are the latest news about inkBOOK:

2016 E-Readers InkBook Prime and InkBook Classic 2 are available

Poland-based ArtaTech released the InkBook Prime and InkBook Classic 2 ebook readers. InkBook Classic 2 features a 6 inch Carta E-ink touchscreen with a resolution of 800 x 600. It does not have a front-light, so you will not be able to read in the dark. You can download e-books from the internet via WIFI, but it does not have Bluetooth or a 3.5mm headphone jack. This e-reader is available on Amazon for $89.99. The InkBook Prime features a 6 inch e-Ink Carta touchscreen with a resolution of 1024 x 758. It also has a front-lit display with 8 LED lights, which should provide great illumination at night. This e-reader has WIFI, Bluetooth and Android 4.2.2. It retails for 139 €.

2015 Onyx showed 13-inch HD e-reader

Onyx announced new 13.3 inch e-reader that will compete against the Sony Digital Paper and the upcoming Pocketbook CAD. The e-reader is going to use a newly created flexible PVI HD touchscreen with a resolution of 2200 x 1650 and a stylus with it so you can write, draw or take notes. This device will be running Google Android, instead of Linux. This will make it possible to install apps, but it remains to be seen if they will offer an app-store or if they will continue to use the pirated version of Google Play that their other e-readers use. Onyx has proclaimed this will be available in Spring 2016, but there is no word on pricing or availability.

2015 The new e-ink reader inkBOOK Obsidian is now available

Arta Tech (the maker of inkBOOK Onyx) released the new inkBOOK Obsidian e-reader. The Obsidian features a flush capacitive display with the bezel and a six inch screen. The resolution is fairly paltry on this model with 1024 X 758 and 212 PPI in comparison to the Kindle Voyage, Nook Glowlight or the Ultimate e-reader which has 1430 x 1080 and 300 PPI. One of the big draws about this device is that it is running Android 4.2.2. This gives you the benefit of being able to install your own apps. You will download them from the Midiapolis App Store Aras has created, but it only has 10 apps or so, and is just piggybacking off of the Aptoide App Store for content. This e-reader is available now for €145.

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