My quest for the perfect whiteboard led me to Onyx Boox Nova Air 2 Plus Electronic Tablet. Contrary to crowd favorites, the Note 2 and the new kindle writerOnyx promises an Android experience for e-ink — an unusual combination for such a device. After testing it for about a month, I’m impressed and confused.
Design and first impressions
The Nova Air 2 Plus offers a lightweight, durable 10.3″ e-ink display with an adjustable Moon Light 2 that I use every day. The color temperature changing light is essential to the e-ink tablet experience because it makes the device much easier and more comfortable to read, especially during red-eye flights when I need to get work done. While traveling, I found myself accessing the Nova Air II Plus, instead of my current daily driver, and Note 2, only to be able to work with warm backlight. It worked for four hours on the tablet during a recent flight and it consumed about 25% of the battery life, which I was generally satisfied with.
However, two slight annoyances immediately caught my eye: First, the pen, although light and comfortable to hold, did not come with an eraser. Originally, he offered the Onyx Boox Pen 2 Pro, an upgraded version of the stylus that offers an eraser behind the wall an extra $79 payout. However, in recent days, the stylus can only be found online at used retail stores, which has put off a tool that I would gladly pay for. With the supplied pen, I can only use the eraser function by clicking the dedicated program toggle switch in the Notepad app.
Second, the stylus nibs also require replacement when they become sharp, however none are supplied with the initial box. Keep in mind that this tablet It costs $499while less expensive devices such as Note 2 The writing tablet offers complementary alternatives to the nib bank.
A mixture of two worlds
The Nova Air 2 Plus is powered by Android so I was able to download most of my popular apps like Gmail, Duolingo, and even Kindle. The all-in-one system is very useful overall, especially when I’m on the go; Instead of switching between devices like kindle And the 2 rectifying discsI can simply take the Onyx Boox with me and work on the go.
Accessing apps is one thing. Whether the apps are working properly is another matter. For example, when connected to the built-in Wi-Fi, I can pull up the Duolingo app and practice Danish, even though the app runs much slower than it normally does on Google Pixel 6 Pro.
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I also don’t recommend using it to compose emails. The processor, octa-core, 2GHz with 4GB of RAM, couldn’t produce my text inputs quickly, and the handwriting-to-text feature has more latency. However, the ability to use these apps with an e-ink tablet, to me, trumps the short-term performance, especially since competitors offer less variety of apps.
Made for artists
The real claim to the popularity of Nova Air 2 Plus is the ability to work with technical and technical features. I’ll admit, I wish I had better artistic talents to take advantage of what the tablet has to offer. For example, Notepad allows you to choose from a range of templates and create layers to continue your work. Its sidebar has the ability to draw shapes, lines, and more, with brush strokes, pens, and a highly customizable thickness and color. Had I been a designer or, say, an architect, I could have seen the deep-rooted Nova Air 2 Plus experience fully realized.
At $499This is an expensive tablet, but for designers and artists, it will be a device worth investing in. Students may want to look elsewhere, including 2 . adjustable tabletThe Rocket Bookand the next kindle writer. Other available options can be found on our website Top picks for digital laptops.
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