It's PocketBook again! Our E-Reader Pro has reported three new models of PocketBook this year, all of which are upgraded models. This time, the InkPad X Pro is no exception.
Along the way, closed PocketBook readers all use the Linux system. InkPad X Pro is their first model to use the Android operating system. Although it only uses a relatively old version of 8.1, it is pre-loaded with the Google Play Store, which can Use most reading apps and third-party apps. This represents the PocketBook into an open system!
Of course, although the operating system has been changed, InkPad X Pro still retains the housekeeping skills of PocketBook and supports a variety of DRM formats, including Adobe-DRM E-Pub, Adobe-DRM PDF and LCP/Care. The update of this generation supports Kindle AZW and AZW8 formats. Plus, it supports multiple audio formats, including MP3, WAV, OGG, and M4B, as well as Audible audiobooks. The four physical keys are also retained.
In terms of configuration, although it is also equipped with a 10.3-inch black and white E-Ink Mobius flexible screen with a resolution of 1872 x 1404 and a 32GB ROM like the previous generation, the processor has been upgraded from 2 cores to 4 cores; the memory has been upgraded from 1GB to 2GB. It is estimated that it will be smoother in terms of performance. In addition, this generation has added handwriting and note-taking functions, users can write on the device with a Wacom EMR pen, and the battery has also been increased from 2000 mAh to 3200 mAh. The cost of the above upgrades is that the device is 50 grams heavier than the previous generation, reaching 350 grams. But compared to the 10.3-inch readers on the market, it is still very light.
The price of InkPad X Pro is the same as InkPadX, which is also 419 euros, and it is expected to be officially launched in September.