First unveiled in late April, the Boox Kepler Pro is Onyx's answer to the Kindle Paperwhite.
It features a flush-mounted 300 ppi screen similar to the Kindle Oasis and Kindle Voyage, page turn buttons positioned along its edges, and runs Android 4.0 on a 1GHz CPU with 1GB RAM.
Up until the past week or so details were scarce, but now I have no other than three videos to share with you. A Thai ebook retailer by the name of Hytexts has posted a hands-on video of the Kepler Pro, and Onyx also showed off the ereader at Computex 2016. Lesen.net spent time with the Kepler Pro and posted a video.
First up is Hytext:
Hytexts also confirmed the specs of the Kepler Pro on its product page. This ereader has Wifi, Bluetooth, those funky page turn buttons, 15GB of storage plus a micro SD card slot, and a 3Ah battery.
This retailer has the Kepler Pro up for pre-order for 7,990 THB, or about $224 USD.
Next is the video posted by Onyx's Russian subsidiary, which I unforgettably cannot embed and must share as a link.
And finally, there's the video posted by Lesen.net. This video, or rather the accompanying blog post, is perhaps the most useful because it tells us that Onyx plans to update the firmware to run Android 4.4.
Why not Android 5.0, you ask? I don't know, but I had the same question.