The e-reader has a 13.3-inch, 1200 x 1600 dot resolution screen – that’s roughly the size of an A4 sheet of paper – with a 16-level gray scale, and is topped by an electromagnetic induction
The Sony 13.3 inch e-Reader is going to usher in a brand new era of high quality e-Paper that allows for a true PDF experience. Sony has exclusivity over this brand new technology they created and
Sony Digital Paper DPT-S1 was a 13.3″ (approaching A4) E ink e-reader by Sony, aimed at professional business users. The DPT-S1 Digital Paper could display only PDF files at their native size and lacked the ability to display any other e-book formats.
System-on-chip used: Freescale i.MX508
The new 13.3-inch Onyx Boox Max has the same problem to overcome, not to mention any other potential 13.3-inch E Ink readers that may or may not get released by the end of the year. The prices are simply too high for these types of specialty devices to appeal to more than 1% of the population.
Sony Japan has just announced the DPT-RP1 13.3 inch e-reader. This is the followup to the successful DPT-S1 that has been on the market for the past three years.
Good e-Reader 13.3“ android e-reader – crowd-o-funding.com 28 March, 2016 […] processor, which also has a single core and 1 GHz. The base of the Good e-Reader seems to me a Netronix reader.
Personally I don’t quite understand the need for these super-expensive 13.3-inch ereaders when PDFs are perfectly readable on a 10-inch E Ink screen that costs half as much. Sony should consider releasing a less-expensive 10-inch model as well to reach a wider market instead of just wealthy businessmen.
May 23, 2013 · We take a deeper look at the new Sony 13.3 inch e-Reader. We show you the entire PDF experience and how you can export your changes. We ditched the handlers and went full hands on.