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Pocketbook is an Ukranian producer of eReaders. PocketBook is now called PocketBook International and has its production based at Foxconn in China. Company positions its products as multilingual e-readers and develops online store with e-books in 59 languages. The first models were PocketBook 360 and PocketBook 301 (produced at Netronix Inc.). Recent products are being made by Obreey Products.


[edit] Current Models

See http://www.pocketbook-int.com/us/products for current list of all products.

See http://www.pocketbook-int.com/us/products/e-ink for full list of E Ink devices.

Characterful features are text-to-speech in many languages and ABBYY Lingvo dictionaries.

[edit] Software

There are also PocketBook Reader apps for iOS and Android based devices. These allow you to read and make notes in the full PocketBook eBook formats, including support for Adobe DRM.

Formats supported:PDF, ePub, DjVu, TXT, FB2, FB2.zip, CBR, CBZ, HTML, CHM. MOBI seems also to work.


  • Scroll or page, single or dual page.
  • Highlight txt and make notes.
  • DRM for PDF and ePub supported.
  • Search text
  • adjust backlight
  • portrait or landscape (lock if needed)
  • dictionary support
  • PDF supports reflow
  • OPDS supported for download.
  • PocketBook bookstore supported.
  • Cloud support to allow reading the same book on several devices.
  • many more.

[edit] Apps

See PocketBook apps for 3rd party apps for this hardware.

[edit] discontinued models

  • PocketBook 301 (6" eReader), based on OEM hardware from Netronix EB-600, the first device from PocketBook
  • Pocketbook 360 a 5" eReader with E Ink screen
  • PocketBook 302 (6" eReader with touch), resistive touch, is very unique, because it has USB host port - can read USB memory sticks
  • PocketBook Pro 902 (9,7" eReader with WiFi) - discontinued, see Model 912
  • PocketBook Pro 612 (6" eReader, with WiFi, Wacom touchscreen)
  • Pocketbook 360PLUS a 5" eReader with E Ink screen
  • Pocketbook IQ 701 (7" LCD-tablet based on Android 2.0)

[edit] For more information

Pocketbook devices have their own MobileRead forum where they are discussed.

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