Yesterday I brought you the scoop that the Boox Note will ship early next month from Onyx’s , and now it seems we will soon be able to order it fromthe official Onyx stores on Amazon as well.
Liliputing and ArmDevices.net have posted hands on videos for the Onyx Boox Note and the Boox Max 2 Pro, and in both videos the Onyx reps promised that Onyx would sell the ereaders through Amazon.
It is unclear whether that is true, but one can hope.
The Onyx Boox Max 2 Pro and Boox Note are 13.3″ and 10.3″ versions of basically the same ereader. They both run Android 6.0 on a quad-core 1.6GHz CPU with 2GB RAM and they both have dual-touchscreen technologies. You can draw on their screen with a fingertip (capacitive) or use the pressure-sensitive Wacom stylus with its 2048 degrees of sensitivity.
Besides the screen size, the one key difference are the ports. The Note has a USB-C port (ugh) while the Max 2 Pro has a regular USB port. Both devices have Wifi, BT, speakers, and a mike.
Edit: And both the Max 2, as well as the Note "Pro", have HDMI ports. The Onyx Boox Note mentioned below does not.
The Note is up for pre-order now for 462 euros, and is scheduled to ship in early February. The Max 2 Pro is back-ordered, and should ship later this month. It costs 671 euros.
We do not know when the Note Pro will be released.