The Chinese E-ink monitor maker Dasung is back again with their second ereader, but I really do not recommend buying it.
The Not-eReader 103 is a 10.3″ ereader that runs Android 9.0. It’s a lot like the Note2 from Onyx, only with a price tag over $200 higher and, judging by the reviews over at Mobileread, glitchy software.
You can pre-order one today on Kickstarter for $768. The announced ship date is November 2020.
It has a screen about the same size as the Remarkable 2, and like that ereader the Not-eReader 103 has both a capacitive and Wacom touchscreen. (The Remarkable 2 costs $399.)
While the Not-eReader 103 does cost almost twice as much, it does have a couple advantages over the Remarkable 2. This device supports USB host, and it can connect to your PC as a monitor.
That’s great, but I do not feel it justifies the high price.
What do you think?