Bigme InkNote Color now available for order on the Good e-Reader Store
The Bigme and Good e-Reader InkNote Color caused a stir on Kickstarter and raised over $620,000 in the past month. Now that the campaign is over, the writing tablet is now available for purchase from the Good e-Reader Store for $699 and will ship in October. What are the main selling points? This is the first E INK product to feature dual cameras with OCR capability, allowing you to take photos of documents and view them as images or convert them to plain text, one or more. other can be changed. Kaleido Plus Color E-Paper lets you draw in over a dozen color combinations and is also perfect for viewing comics, manga, magazines, books, and newspapers.
The Bigme InkNote Color features an E INK Carta HD e-paper display with a resolution of 1872×1404 with 227 PPI. The Color panel uses E INK Kaleido Plus and has a resolution of 936×702 with 117 PPI and will be able to display over 5,000 different color combinations. Bigme has developed accumulated color optimization processing technology to display a wider gamut. One of the benefits of Kaleido Plus is the way the grayscale uniformity has been vastly improved over the first generation screen technology, so the background will always be gray, instead of the colors try to blend together to create gray.
The tablet uses the WACOM screen, the accompanying stylus can attach to it to power it. There are 4096 different levels of pressure sensitivity and the screen has palm rejection. There are buttons for clearing content when you’re freehand drawing or taking notes, but you can use one of the buttons to turn pages manually, which is much easier than always interacting with the touchscreen. Users can use any WACOM stylus of their choice, such as the Lamy Al-Star or the iReader Gen 2 with eraser.
You’ll be able to use the InkNote Color in dark rooms or low-light conditions, thanks to the front-lit screen, which features 36 white and amber LED lights, giving you the option to mix white and a warm candle effect. The vast majority of other e-notes on the market, such as the Remarkable or the Supernote, don’t even have a front-lit display and other companies such as Boyue, iFlytek, Onyx and others don’t even have a front-lit screen. don’t have as many lights as we provide.
Under the hood is an octa-core A53 2.3 GHz processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. If that storage isn’t enough, for whatever reason, it has an SD card, capable of an additional 128GB of storage. WIFI is available to connect to the internet and fetch firmware updates, which you should do immediately. There are four noise-cancelling mics on the bottom of the tablet, which are used for voice dictation, like voice-to-text in the note-taking app. Speech recognition supports over 31 languages with 98% accuracy. You can also use the microphones for applications such as WhatsApp, Discord or WeChat. You can listen to audiobooks, podcasts, music or anything else through the two stereo speakers. It also has Bluetooth 5.0 for optional wireless headphones or headphones. There is an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. You can take advantage of the fingerprint sensor to unlock your device and set a password for added security. The battery is 4,000 mAh which should be good for a few weeks. You can charge it via the USB-C port. The dimensions are 225.8 × 191.3 × 6.7 mm and weighs 477 g.
It runs Google Android 11 as its operating system and Google Play comes pre-installed. It gets good reviews from Android Police, Gizmodo, Liliputing and more.
Michael Kozlowski has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for twelve years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and The New York Times. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.