Dasung Teases a 13.3″ eReader

Dasung is closing out 2016 with a bang. The Chinese tech company is best known for its E-ink monitor, the Paperlike, but now it is branching out.

Last week Dasung teased a new ereader on Twitter. The company isn’t saying much right now, but they have revealed that their new device will have a 13.3″ screen and possibly run Android or Windows 10:

Dasung hasn’t said when the ereader will be released or how much it will cost, but I will be following this story closely and will post the new details as soon as Dasung goes public.

Thirteen-inch ereaders are still as rare as hens teeth, but this Paperlike ereader still won’t be the first. Sony released a writing slate based on a 13.3″ E-ink screen several years ago, and Onyx has also released one.

They are still relatively expensive, though. The Onyx Boox Max costs close to $700, and the Sony DPT-S1 costs even more. This drastically limits the market, but if Dasung can beat the price of the Max then they will attract a lot of readers who had previously balked at the high prices.

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Nate Hoffelder is the founder and editor of The Digital Reader. He has been blogging about indie authors since 2010 while learning new tech skills weekly. He fixes author sites, and shares what he learns on The Digital Reader's blog. In his spare time, he fosters dogs for A Forever Home, a local rescue group.


  1. Cyfranek31 December, 2016

    They said on Weibo it should be cheaper – “it will be lower than the market price of the same size e-book” (http://cyfranek.booklikes.com/post/1508972/czy-m-zaskoczy-nas-dasung-w-2017-roku).

    1. Nate Hoffelder31 December, 2016


  2. vicente1 January, 2017

    Indeed, if it was as expensive as Max, it would be more attractive yet: more pixels and (maybe with an IMX.7) faster…

  3. user20 January, 2017

    Beck is offering E Ink’s 13.3″ Mobius ES133TT3 with 2200×1650 resolution Mobius:


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