The Boox Note Air2 is now listed on Amazon for $509.99 with free shipping, and it’s being sold by Onyx’s official Amazon store.
The advertised price is $499 on Onyx’s website so I don’t know if they’re going to start charging more on Amazon to make up for seller fees or what but they’re charging $20 more for the new Max Lumi2 on Amazon too.
The first gen Note Air is currently selling for $439, and it’s a great deal at that price considering there weren’t many upgrades with the new model.
The main change with the new Note Air2 is they increased storage space and RAM to 64GB and 4GB, up from 32GB and 3GB on the first gen model. They also improved the strength of the magnet that holds the stylus along the sides of the device, and now it comes with a new type of pre-installed screen protector to help improve the feel of the writing experience. The CPU received a marginal upgrade as well, probably not enough to notice.
The new Note Air2 has also been upgraded to Android 11, whereas the 1st gen model runs Android 10.
The weight and over dimensions remain the same, so is the battery size and most of the specs:
Note Air2 Specs
- CPU: Updated Octa-core
- RAM: 4GB LPDDR4X
- Memory: 64GB (UFS2.1)
- Display: 10.3″ HD Carta glass screen with flat cover-lens
- Resolution: 1404×1872 Carta (227dpi)/Regal
- Dual Touch: BOOX Pen Plus stylus touch with magnetic type + capacitive touch + front light with CTM
- Light: Front Light with CTM (Warm and Cold)
- Wireless Connection: WiFi (2.4GHz + 5GHz)
- Bluetooth: BT 5.0
- Battery: 3000mAh Polymer Li-on
- Buttons: power button
- Slot USB: Type-C (support OTG)
- Speaker: Yes
- Mic: Yes
- G-Sensor: Yes
- OS: Android 11
- Format: pdf (reflowable), epub, Adobe DRM, txt, rtf, html, chm, doc, fb2, png, jpg, tiff, gif, bmp, wav, mp3
- Features: TTS, Notes, Scribble, Dictionary, Calendar
- Dimension: 229.4 x 195.4 x 5.8mm
- Weight: 420g