Some might claim that innovation has stalled in the ereader market, but that is only true if you ignore Onyx. The Chinese ereader maker is showing off multiple new models this week at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair, including the 10.3" Note and the Max2, a 13.3" ereader that doubles as a monitor.
Okay, the Note isn't that innovative - it's an incremental improvement over existing 9.7" models (the same is true for the Canvas). But it still has a much sharper screen (1872 x 1404, or 227 PPI), and runs a newer version of Android on a faster CPU.
All three of Onyx's new models run Android 6 on a 1.6GHz quad-core CPU. If the prices are even close to that of the existing models then the boost to performance will make these ereaders a great buy.
please do tell me what you think of the videos below.
In particular, I want you to watch the video for the Max2 being used as a monitor. It's hard to say without the device in front of me, but the Max2 looks like it is faster than my Dasung Paperlike Pro.