PineNote E Ink now available globally

It’s official, the PineNote E Ink is now available for general purchase, that is, no longer a limited developer exclusive, good news that will delight those who had tried to get one, but had not had the opportunity to do so because its availability had been limited.

It was last August when we told you for the first time about the PineNote E Ink, a tablet with an electronic ink screen that is compatible with a stylus, which allows you to write and draw directly on the screen. At the hardware level, the PineNote E Ink comes with a 10.1-inch screen (electronic ink, as we have said), has a resolution of 1,872 x 1,404 pixels, reproduces 16 gray scales, has a front light with 36 levels, allows you to adjust the color temperature, and has a Rockchip RK3566c SoCWith four Cortex-A55 cores at 1.8 GHz and a Mali-G52 2EE GPU.

RAM memory amounts to 4GB LPDDR4, which should be more than enough to guarantee good performance and high fluidity. Its storage capacity is not out of place, since the PineNote E Ink has 128 GB in eMMC format. For the rest, this tablet has stereo speakers, four microphones, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0 and has a 4,000 mAh battery.

It is important to note that although PineNote E Ink is no longer exclusive to developers, it does its best in the hands of developers, as it has a limited range of software available, and in fact comes without operating system, which means that if we buy one we will have to be willing to mess with it.

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At the design and hardware level, it is an attractive model, but its price is high, so it represents an important investment that we must value carefully, and that we cannot make lightly. Seeing the state it’s in right now, I’d expect it, unless you’re a developer and want to mess around with it. It costs $399.

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