Since Note Air’s launch in September, this unique BOOX lineup has attracted people’s attention and wins its reputation in performance and productivity improvement. Yet, some customers are still on the fence about buying a digital E Ink tablet, or–more specifically–buying Note3, Note Air or Note2.
If you’re also one of the people strangling between Boox models, the following customer reviews can shed light on users’ love about BOOX Note Air. Based on their perspectives, you will know why you should choose this 5.8mm thick, 10.3inch E Ink tablet.
7 Reasons that People Choose Note Air:
#1: Ergonomic and Modern Design
#2: Built Quality and Solid Structure
#3: Convenient Use with Gravity Sensor
#4: Various Features for Productivity
#5: System Flexibility and Openness
#6: Alternative to Conventional Tablets and Paper
#7: Magnetic BOOX Pen Made for Note…
The wind is roaring and blocked by the window when you unfold the next chapter with an e-paper device by the fireplace. The subtle light emitted by the dancing flame can’t light up the screen and you know where your finger should tap: the front light button. Toggle it on and adjust the brightness until every word looks sharp on paper. No need to turn on a lamp or leave the cozy cushion. That’s the happiness that only a front-lit device can entitle you.
Fortunately, BOOX equipped almost every single E Ink tablet with front lights. We struggled to balance aesthetics and functionality when developing Note Air. Finally, like what we insist on from the beginning — innovating versatile E Ink devices to match more people’s needs — we added the front light even on a device that was intended to be slimmer. …
How’s your 2020?
For most people, the answer is not gonna be cheerful. For BOOX, it’s also a year with tweaks and bumps.
Our factory capacity fully stopped in February and restored weeks later, but the logistic jam and material lack dragged the process of manufacturing and delivery in the following months. Facing demands from all over the world, we struggled to keep our words and maintained the trust of our users. In such a hard time, we managed to develop new products, update firmware and software, and successfully deliver the eReaders to our user’s door regardless of all difficulties.
2020 is an unforgettable year for all of us, and it deserves a recap. …
If you’ve updated to the V3.0 Firmware, now turn on your BOOX tablet, tap Applications and stare at the panel. How many new built-in apps can you see?
Two. And you find them: PushRead and Gallery.
PushRead is an app that helps you read pushed web articles better, yet Gallery is totally different. Gallery allows you to edit pictures on a BOOX E Ink tablet.
Yes. EDIT PICTURES ON AN E INK DEVICE. Keep reading to learn more.
You may want to jump to a specific section:
-The Helpful Tools in Gallery
-Gallery vs. Notes vs. NeoReader in Picture Editing
Editing pictures is essential in many situations. …
What’s the smallest BOOX E Ink tablet that supports both reading and handwriting? Before this October, it was our Nova2. But now Nova3 enters the game and becomes the most advanced 7.8inch Android E Ink tablet in the market.
What makes Nova3 better than other 7.8inch E Ink tablets? If you’re torn between Nova2 and Nova3, which one should you choose? Is it worth it upgrading to Nova3 when you have a Nova2? Keep reading to find the answer.
Since the release of V3.0 Firmware’s new features on Max Lumi and Note Air, many users have been waiting for their firmware updates.
Based on the beta test group’s feedback and suggestions, we’ve eliminated some bugs, improved many features, and well prepared for the mass release. We highly appreciate the BOOX users in the beta test group 🧡.
As many BOOX users acquire more than one language, a functional digital dictionary can help them pronounce, understand, and memorize new words.
If you’re familiar with BOOX tablets, you must know two ways of adding dictionaries to your BOOX: download them from our cloud space or sideload them into your device manually.
However, during these processes, two problems will come up: The cloud dictionaries are too limited in options. And sideloading can take a century sometimes because some dictionaries are extremely large in size.
Moreover, both cloud and sideloaded dictionaries are not flexible enough to paraphrase trendy phrases, coined words and new slangs. …
Pushing ebooks, files and web articles to read them later on BOOX is a great way to get rid of the LCD screens’ blue light and get evolved in a comfortable reading experience.
For web articles, they will be converted into epub files. You can open them in NeoReader, and take notes on them like you’re annotating an ebook.
Layers! Layers! Layers!
As an essential feature that users frequently required, layers can help people take notes without ruining the templates and draw details while retaining the original layout.
What should you pay attention to when using layers on BOOX? We’re going to share with you four basic facts that you need to know about layers.
Let’s check them out.
Are you still busy tapping the back button to go back to the previous page or the home page? On some devices without a back button, such as Poke3 and Note Air, do you think you can achieve these tasks only with the navigation ball?
What if there’s a better way to quickly switch apps, back to the previous page, go to the home page and even do more with just a gesture?
We’re not boasting; The custom gestures that come with the V3.0 firmware can achieve this.