Last year, Hanvon Technology released the N10, an E-Ink screen. Its unique selling point is that the capacitive touch layer and the light guide plate are removed, which reduces the thickness by 55%, and the display is clearer . Users need to use the 9 An electronic notebook operated by physical buttons.
In the past six months, Hanvon Technology has launched a variety of electronic notebooks equipped with E-INK screens, making its N10 family stronger and stronger. The first model to be released in 2023 with no physical buttons and a 13.3-inch display is the N10 Max. Then they launched the N10 Touch in English, with a 10.3-inch screen and no physical buttons.
The Hanvon N10 Touch is different from the N10 in that it is equipped with a capacitive touch layer E-Ink Carta HD screen with a resolution of 1872×1404 and a PPI of 227. The screen sits flush with the bezel and is protected by a layer of glass. It doesn't have a Wacom layer and uses its own active stylus with 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity and an eraser on top. This model has a reading headlight, which can be adjusted in 30 levels of warm and cold.
Inside the fuselage is a quad-core 1.8GZ processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. It has WIFI, Bluetooth 5.1, and stereo speakers for listening to audiobooks, podcasts, or music. Since it has Bluetooth, you can also connect wireless earbuds or headphones. It is powered by a 4000 mAh battery that provides weeks of usage.
The N10 Touch runs its own system on Android 11 and does not have Google Play services, but users can install the app store by themselves, or download and install APKs on the Internet.
In particular, when the N10 Touch was released in China, it had a built-in lifetime free OCR function and the ability to insert a TF card. It is not known whether the English version sold overseas also has these two items.