Pandigital Novel Personal eReader

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Pandigital Novel Personal eReader

Pandigital Novel Personal eReader

  • Made by: Pandigital
  • Released:
  • Predecessor:
  • Languages Supported:
  • File Types Supported: ePUB, PDF, MP3, JPG, BMP, PNG


The US version is model PRD06E20WWH8. It features instant access to the Barnes & Noble online bookstore. The Pandigital Novel Personal eReader lets you read and carry hundreds of books, magazines, and newspapers with you wherever you go.

  • Over 2 million books, magazines and newspapers available from the Barnes & Noble online bookstore
  • ePaper display is easy to read - even in direct sunlight and increases battery life
  • Play music and view photos

The Canadian version is model R6E2WHK8EU. It features instant access to Kobo eBook store. It is otherwise similar to the US model.

This is the same hardware as: N618 is a device manufactured by 4fff, available from several retail sellers around the world. 4fff is an OEM and ODM dealer, and a retail dealer in China. This is the same hardware as the eGriver Touch. 4fff n618 and eGriver Touch. Also the same hardware as the bq Avant and either the Grammata Papyre 62 or 622, and the ONEXT Touch&Read 001. These devices have different firmwares (with more functions and file type support), which can be downloaded and flashed [1].


  • General
    • Screen Size: 6”
    • Panel: ePaper
    • Resolution: 600 x 800 pixels
    • Operating System: Linux
    • Dimensions: 4.8 x 7 x .5 inches
    • Weight: 8 oz
  • Supported Formats
  • Storage
    • Internal Memory: 2GB
    • Card Reader: 2-in-1
    • Expandable Memory: MICRO SD up to 32GB
  • User Interface
    • Virtual: Full touchscreen / Virtual Keyboard
    • Tactile: Power On/Off, Left, Right, Home, Search, Settings
  • Connections
    • WiFi: 802.11 b/g
    • USB Port: mini-USB 2.0
    • Headphone Jack: mini stereo headphone
  • Power
    • Battery: Built-in rechargeable Li-ion (AC adapter included)



See Also

Pandigital Novel - another Pandigital product.

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