What the Critics Are Saying...
- Matthew Sholtz, Android Police
The Onyx Boox Nova3 Color is an excellent e-reading device, especially for Android and e-reader tinkerers. For the first time in a long time, I'm excited to see what Android can do in an entirely new realm. I've been a big fan of physical e-readers ever since the first Nook, and the use of Android O...
- Jamie Carter, TechRadar
Color E Ink is here. It’s not as sharp as mono and a high price makes this one for early adopters, but a colorful screen, an open Android 10 OS and editing options galore makes this an ereader to watch.
- Mark Knapp, Business Insider
There aren't many products like this. If you find the combination of an E Ink display with a degree of color support compelling, and want to have that on a full Android operating system, then this product is worth it. It may be a bit overkill if you're looking for a simple color e-reader just for re...
- Kannon Yamada, Make Use Of
The Boox Nova 3 Color combines great hardware (for an eReader) with backlight-free color technology. Unfortunately, it comes just as two other reflective color panels near release: TCL's NxtPaper transflective LCD panel and E Ink's potentially game-changing Gallery 4100 technology. Both panels may m...
- Sascha Segan, PC Magazine
The Onyx Boox Nova3 Color ($419.99) makes the best of its color e-ink screen, juggling full-color comics, magazines, PDFs, and news apps with aplomb. Unfortunately, the beautiful display suffers from a ghosting problem so bad that it's probably a dealbreaker. Onyx may eventually be able to improve t...
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