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E-PAD is a kickstarted project for an Android based E Ink Tablet from Eewrite.

[edit] Overview

An eBook Reader with tablet capabilities that includes a stylus.

When you read with E-Pad, you’ll find this reading system is incredibly convenient and make your life more efficient. You can save or screenshot any annotations for capture ideas while on-the-go and search any handwriting notes or typed texts to avoid you got messy in the bulk notes. Besides, allowing you to adjust page arrangement and screen contrast, E-Pad will meet your reading preference.

The Carta display is designed to closely mimic the appearance of real paper, including surface friction when writing. The screen uses the latest E-Ink technology – a based TFT that is flexible, lightweight and durable. This new E-Ink display has incredible high definition and optimum contrast that reflects light like real paper, letting you read for hours without eye strain.

Using the E-Pad as a tablet is simple through full support of Google's Play framework, including the Google Play store. This means that you can install virtually any Android application. Android system also offers better compatibility for third-party applications. You can download apps according to your personal needs and make E-Pad your personalized tablet!

[edit] Specifications

  • Screen: 10.3" E Ink Mobius Carta with 1872 x 1404 px 227 ppi
  • OS: Android 8.1
  • TXT Formats: PDF, DJVU, ePub, MOBI, DOC, docm, docx, AZW, azw3, FB2, fbz, html, ODT, PRC, RTF, sxw, trc, TXT, CHM.
  • image and audio formats: jpg, png, bmp, tiff, cbr, cbz, mp3, wav
  • Colors: Black or White
  • CPU: Helio X20 10-core processor with 2 or GB RAM.
  • ROM: 32 or 64 GB plus SIM card slot
  • connections: GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
  • Audio: Stereo speakers built in and microphone
  • Battery: 4100 mAh with standby time: 20 days.
  • Power: USB-C
  • Size 249.5 x 117.8 x 6.8 mm
  • Weight 392 g, stylus 7 g, Leather case 172 g

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