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Evolio Launches Evobook 3 in Romania

ereader-evobook3-22News about ereaders in eastern Europe rarely crosses my desk, so I was pleased today when I read about the Evobook 3.

The Romanian gadget maker Televoice Group has long been selling tablets, smartphones, and GPS in Romania under their Evolio brand and this week they launched an ebook reader.

The Evobook 3 is a budget ereader with a 6″ Pearl E-ink screen (resolution 600 x 800). It’s running Linux on a 380MHz Allwinner E200 CPU with 64MB of RAM (same as on the InkCase E-ink smartphone case).  In terms of storage the Evobook 3 has 4GB of internal storage, and it also has a microSD card slot.

There’s no Wifi or touchscreen mentioned in the press release or the product page, but this ereader does have a g-sensor and a 1.5Ah battery. The battery life is projected to last 10,000 page turns before needing to be recharged.

evobook3-front-1This is a budget ereader so of course there is no audio support, but the supported eBook formats include Epub, PDF, DJVU, CHM, Mobi, and FB2. The Evobook 3 can also support Doc, html, RTF, Docx, and txt files.

The Evobook 3 is going to ship with 100 preinstalled books, from various fields, in Romanian and English. It will also have a 20 lei (~ $6 USD, or 4.49 euros) voucher which can be redeemed at, Televoice Group’s content store.

Retail has been set at 89 euros, but as part of a launch promotion the Evobook 3 will be available for 55 euros. It is available today.

This is at least the second Evobook ereader; I found press reports of an Evobook 2 from 2011. I can’t find any sign of an earlier model, but it was probably launched in 2010 or 2011.

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horia November 21, 2013 um 10:34 am

Hi Nate and thank you for quoting my website :).

Indeed, Evobook 1 was launched in 2010 with EInk screen, 600 x 800 pixeles, 2GB of memory, SD card, 178 x 128.4 x 9.9 mm, 228 grams, processor Samsung S3C2416 and Li-Polymer 1700 mAh/3.7V battery. for 15-18 stand-by days or 10.000 pages.

Here you can see how it looked like Evolio Evobook EB1.

Blake November 21, 2013 um 8:02 pm

I think you meant "64MB" of RAM, not GB.

Nate Hoffelder November 21, 2013 um 8:09 pm

Yep. I didn’t see that. Thanks for catching that.

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