Onyx Boox Note Air Review
In this day and age of online learning, the Onyx Boox Note Air could be the ideal companion for both educators and college students in he price range of under $500. This $479 E Ink tablet is great for viewing and annotating full-page PDF files, and it can handle any other reading duties you throw at it thanks to its Android 10 OS and Google Play support. It will be invaluable to lawyers, doctors, and anybody keeping up with professional literature or working through complex reading assignments. Onyx Boox Note Air creates E Ink tablets that sit between Kindles and iPads at a good enough price bracket. They boast soothing, eye-pleasing screens, and the most recent models can run almost any Android 10 programme, including the Kindle, Kobo, and Nook reading apps.
The Onyx Boox Note Air succeeds the Note 2 and the new versions like Note Air and Note 3 are significantly superior in software department than the Note 2, with improved third-party app support and functions like split-screen dual software support. Many of those functionalities, according to Onyx, will ultimately make their way to the Note 2, but I don’t suggest goods based on promises of future features.
This device has just one button and one connector: a power button and a USB-C port, both on the left flank, along with the mediocre single speaker. There is no mechanical Return key, as there is on the Max Lumi; instead, you utilize a software Home button that appears when you touch a dot on the display. The Note Air skips the fingerprint scanner found on the Max Lumi, and that you can secure the tablet with a password or passcode if you prefer.
|CPU||Qualcomm Snapdragon 636|
|Screen Resolution||1,872 x 1,404|
|Operating System||Android 10|
|Battery Life||About 8 hours|
|Dimensions||9.03 x 0.23 x 7.69 inches|
|Screen Size||10.3 inch|
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