June 24, 2023

New BOOX Page eReader

From the The Official BOOX Store:

Powered by a Qualcomm advanced octa-core CPU and an upgraded configuration of 3GB RAM + 32GB ROM, the brand-new Page delivers an incredibly seamless experience when you are reading ebooks, browsing websites, or navigating third-party apps thanks to the open Android 11 system.

Solid iterative update to my Boox Leaf 2. $250 price doesn’t make it an easy to justify upgrade though. But updated processor should help with the sluggish perforance.

With our optimized internal construction, the Page remains a device that can perfectly fit your palm, even with the upgraded battery and magnets for the magnetic cover.

However, the ability to have a magnetic update almost makes it worth it.


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