Hanlin V9

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Hanlin V9

Hanlin V9

  • Made by: Jinke
  • Released: unknown future
  • Predecessor: none
  • Languages Supported: English, Chinese, Russian, Ukraine, Turkish, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Bulgarian, Estonian, Polish
  • File Types Supported: PDF, TXT, RTF, WOLF, DOC, CHM, FB2, HTML, DJVU, MP3, TIFF, JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, RAR, ZIP


The V9 is a portable electronic device specifically for reading applications. Its stable, high-brightness makes for excellent readability both indoors AND outdoors. The 9.7-inch e Ink display (EPD) contains 1200x850 pixels and supports 4 levels of greyscale. Connection to PC/laptop: via USB-cable.

There are three models planned, The V9 described here, the V9C a Chinese version, and the V9t that adds a touch screen capability.


Main Display ePaper (Eink technology)
StorageInternal/SD Card (2 Gig max)
MemorySDRAM : 32M Byte, Internal 64M NAND FLASH
Weight 320g including battery
BatteryLi-ION 950mAh
I/O A.3.5mm stereo audio jack for earphone, B.USB 1.1 Port, C.SD slot
Working Temperature 0ºC to 40ºC
Storage Temperature -20ºC to 55ºC
Format Support PDF, DOC, WOLF, HTML, MP3, TXT, CHM, FB2, Djvu, PNG, TIFF, GIF, BMP, JPG.
Operating SystemLinux OS
HardwareCPU:Samsung Arm9 200Mhz
Accessories USB cable, charger, User Manual, Earphone


There is a SDK available at the Jinke site to help further develop the possibilities of the V9.


This is the latest eBook Reader from Jinke. Current products include a progression of V8 to V2 to V2b to V3. The V2 and V2b are not available to individuals currently. The V8 uses the Wolf OS, the V2 replaces the Wolf OS with Linux and adds direct support for many files types without a converter. The V2B drops the touch screen and the V3 adds the Visplex display.

See Also

HanLin eBook for an overview of the Jinke ebook readers

Jinke site - description of the V9

For specifications on the display technology see: E Ink display

To compare this device with other E-INK devices see: E-book Reader Matrix

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