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Bigme Pocket Note - 7 inch e-note with English

Bigme Pocket Note - 7 inch e-note with English

Regular price $318.99 USD
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If you don’t need a large screen, but only require a thin and portable, clear display, smooth operation and cost-effectiveness, then I strongly recommend PocketNote, a new friend, Bigme’s first 7-inch smart office notebook, which is thinner and more portable.

The Pocket Note features an E INK Carta HD seven inch display with a resolution of 1680x1264 with 300 PPI. The screen is protected by a layer of glass that is flush with the bezel. There are 36 white and amber LED lights to provide a front-lit display and color temperature system.

Underneath the hood is a quad-core 1.8GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM and 32G of internal storage. It has WIFI to connect to the internet, this is useful for browsing the internet or using apps. There is Bluetooth 5.1, so you can pair wireless headphones or earbuds to listen to audiobooks, podcasts, music or TTS. However, it does have dual stereo speakers. You can talk to your friends via WhatsApp or other voice communication apps with the dual-microphone array. This is also used for taking audio notes and importing them into your note taking experience. It is powered by a 2300 mAh battery, which should last you a couple of weeks.

The Pocket Note is running Android 8.1 and you can install your own apps. Bigme has a small app store, but is primarily populated with Chinese apps, which hold little value for people who speak English. It comes preloaded with WeChat Reading, Kindle, Palm Reading and Office. These apps can all be uninstalled and you can easily sideload in your own favorite apps. I recommend to install an alternative app store from your internet browser, since that is the easiest process for most users. You can install the Good e-Reader App Store by visiting this LINK.

There are two main reasons why you want to buy the Pocket Note. One is to simply read digital content, such as books or manga. The other is to take notes with the accompanied stylus. There is a note taking app to freehand draw, import shapes, audio clips, or just jot down some to-do lists. There is full compatibility to import in PDF files from cloud storage or your computer. You can make edits, sign or annointatins and then export them as a PNG or PDF. The note taking experience is not as robust as the Remarkable 2 or Supernote, but it does a good job.

This device has Google Android and will soon have Google Play as a free over the air update. You will be able to browse millions of free and paid apps. Google Play will automatically install during the installation process and all users have to do is sign-in to their Google Account. This device also has English, so it is very appealing towards a huge demographic.

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