Onyx's feature-packed and compact ereader undermines itself with complexity and a too-high price.
Running Android 11, the Onyx Boox Page can get you access to both the Kindle and the Kobo stores, making it quite versatile.
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If you've got the money to spare, the 7.8-inch Onyx Boox Tab Mini C could be a worthy color note-taking ereader to buy.
The Hue Bridge could be a worthy investment if you plan to get Philips Hue smart lights for your entire home.
It might have the same screen as the older color ereader, but the PocketBook InkPad Color 2 is a lot faster.
The Amazon Kindle Scribe is a great ereader for its larger screen, with enough writing features to make it a great choice.
Bose really needs to rethink the stability bands on its QuietComfort Earbuds II, or offer more size options in the box.
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An ereader with a color screen is a novelty, but it’s a problem when that’s the only good thing about it.
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Large 10.3-inch ereaders are fine, but I'd rather have a more portable option, like a Kindle Oasis with writing capabilities.
It caters to a very specific audience, but if you’re keen on an A4-size ereader and note taker, the Onyx Boox Tab X might be worth the splurge.
Amazon might have made the Kindle synonymous with ereaders, but its first note-taking tablet is a disappointment.
Offering plenty of advanced writing tools, the Kobo Elipsa 2E takes the fight to Amazon’s Kindle Scribe.