Nowadays, e-books, ie electronic books, are nothing new. However, it may not always be convenient to read them on mobile phones or laptops. That's why Xiaomi comes up with a new e-book reader that brings up 24 display backlight modes.
The name of the news is inkPad X and Xiaomi recently launched it through its crowdfunding portal Youpin.
The Xiaomi E-book reader brings up to 24 backlight modes
The new Xiaomi e-book reader has 10-inch E-INK screen with resolution 1 x 600 pixels. The display also excels with a special layer against daylight reflection to improve readability.
It is true that the classic book will probably not be replaced by anything, but it cannot be denied that Xiaomi is trying to get as close as possible to it with her new product.
For maximum comfort when reading an electronic book, we can find up to 24 different brightness or color temperature modes - from cold tones to warm tones.
thanks ambient light sensor the reader always adjusts the brightness according to where you are and how much light falls on the display.
In addition to a great display, this e-book will read you almost any type of document, including PSD, TXT, ePub and many others.
It has a powerful heartbeat inside quad-core processor about tact up 1,8 GHzto which they second 2 GB RAM type LPDDR4 together with 32 GB internal storage.
Xiaomi E-book runs on the operating system Android in version 8.1. The user interface is customized to be very simple and intuitive.
The battery got capacity 3 mAh, where endurance reaches up to 45 days. In reality, it means about 6 pages read.
Other equipment is also missing WiFi, USB type C or Bluetooth 5.0. From this rich selection, you can easily transfer your favorite e-books, magazines or documents to the reader.
The price is higher
The manufacturer set the price of this e-book reader to 1 yuan, which is approximately 243 USD / 215 EUR. Currently, it is only available through the Xiaomi Youpin portal for Chinese people.
We expect it to be available through international retailers soon. Of course, you have to count on a slightly higher price.
Don't they make it for our market?