Video of Netronix 13.3″ eReader and Notepad

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Netronix is demoing their 13.3-inch E Ink ereader and notepad at Computex 2015. We first saw Netronix’s new ereader back in January at CES.

It’s one of just a few devices to use a 13.3-inch Mobius screen, which has a resolution of 1600 x 1200. Unlike most E Ink screens, this one is plastic-based, so it’s much lighter and more durable than typical E Ink displays.

It features a capacitive touchscreen for finger touch in addition to an electromagnetic touchscreen for accurate writing and note-taking using a stylus pen.

The device runs Android 4.0.4, but it’s unclear if it can easily install Android apps.

Netronix is still looking for partners to distribute the device, along a similar 6.8-inch model.

The 13.3-inch version looks like it could be good competition for the Sony DPT-S1, Sony’s 13.3-inch dedicated PDF reader, which recently dropped in price by $200 to $799.

Hopefully we’ll see these Netronix devices getting released later this year, and at a lower price point than Sony.

Netronix 13.3″ eReader/Notepad Specs

  • 13.3-inch Epaper Display.
  • 1200 x 1600 pixel resolution.
  • Capacitive touchscreen.
  • Supports handwriting with stylus.
  • Built-in notepad with selectable background and ink mode (brush/pen/pencil)
  • Formats supported: JPG, PNG, PDF, ePub, MOBI, FB2, HTML, TXT, RTF, Doc.
  • Print documents from your PD to Notepad.
  • MicroSD card slot.
  • Android 4.0.4 operatng system.
  • Battery: 1500mAh Li-polynmer.
  • Wi-Fi.
  • Dimensions: 310 x 233 x 6.6mm.
  • Weight: approximetly 400 grams.

Mostly the video below just focuses on the handwriting features, but the earlier video goes into more details about other features, including reading ebooks.

Video: Netronix 13.3″ eReader & Notepad

3 Responses to “Video of Netronix 13.3″ eReader and Notepad”

  1. Maybe someone can hook Netronix up with the NoteSlate people to use this as their 13.3″ device!

  2. It weights less than my M92!

  3. They could have put it as a startup project that might absorb funding for.Waiting for a vendor to put money to work may boost the final price of the product!