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ONYX BOOX Poke 3 is a premium e-book reader in a compact slim body with an E Ink Carta Plus screen, MOON Light 2 backlight and SNOW Field function. The display of the device has high resolution and contrast, the pixel density is 300 pixels per inch, which corresponds to high-quality paper printing. The model has a compact, lightweight body with a thickness of only 6.8 mm and an ASAHI protective glass.

In addition, the reader is equipped with a high-performance 8-core processor and has 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory. The integrated Wi-Fi module and touch control in combination with a full-fledged browser allow you to comfortably use the device to surf the Internet. The built-in Bluetooth module makes it possible to connect various external devices to the book. Poke 3 is based on the Android 10.0 operating system, which allows you to use a variety of reading programs and makes working with most text formats as convenient as possible.

Features

  • A 6-inch, 150g reading tablet that is even smaller than your palm. Put it into a pocket, take it anywhere, and read any time with the front light. HD Carta Screen for Sharp Display -With AG anti-glare cover-lens and a resolution of 1488 x 1072 at 300dpi, Poke3 gives you a sharp and clear view of texts.
  • Upgraded octa-core CPU, LPDDR4X RAM, and BT 5.0 present a snappy system for reading ebooks and opening apps. USB Type-C -Enjoy high data transfer speed when putting digital content into the large storage of 2GB RAM + 32GB ROM through the USB Type-C connection.

Details

  • Length: 6.02in.
  • Width: 4.21in.
  • Height: 0.26in.
  • Accessories/Packaging Includes: BOOX Poke3 x1USB-C cable x1Quick start guide x1Warranty card x1
  • Assembly Required: No
  • Battery Type: Polymer Li-on
  • Battery Included: Yes
  • Brand: Boox
  • Screen Display Type: E Ink Mobius Carta screen
  • Screen Size: 6in.
  • Vendor Warranty Terms: 1 Year | support@onyx-international.com
  • Country of Origin: China

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Manufacturer Part Number:

  • BLACK: OPC0766R


Sku Details

UPC/EAN 6949710304326