Announcement. DEXP H1 Horizon - a six-inch reader with a high resolution screen

Photo Announcement. DEXP H1 Horizon - a six-inch reader with a high resolution screen

DEXP has released a simple classic 6-inch (111 cm²) e-reader DEXP H1 Horizon. There have already been plenty of six-inch readers in the history of the company. And Horizon is interesting here only because it has a higher resolution. 1072x1448. Which gives the classic 300 dpi. Standard resolution of modern electronic "ink". All previous readers from DEXP had less dpi.

The screen is touch-sensitive, backlit. Nothing like paging buttons on the case is visible. So, obviously, all control of the reader will be them�Through the screen.

There is little information about the iron filling. Some quad-core processor, gigabytes of RAM. Given that the device runs on Android 8.1, the filling looks extremely modest. However, you don't need much to read texts.

Places for books in bulk. 16 GB of permanent memory. Plus there is support for memory cards.

There is Wi-Fi, there is Bluetooth - apparently, you can connect wireless headphones. There are no microphone speakers.

The battery is not very capacious, 1500 mAh.

The delivery set is extremely modest. No cover orcharger.

Price information is not yet available. We are waiting for the reader to appear in DNS stores.

P.S. It just seemed suspicious to me that the official pictures were all English words. Obviously exactly the same device can be found on sale under the names Boyue Meebook P6 and Likebook P6. Even on AliExpress it is found. Characteristics, however, are slightly different there. Micro-USB, not Type-C, and the battery capacity is slightly larger - 1750 mAh. Someone, somewhere, is obviously confusing something.

DEXP H1 Horizon Key Features:

Greyscale, E-Ink, 6", 111 cm², 1072x1448,300 ppi, 16 colors, touch, capacitive, multi-touch, backlight, E-Ink Carta Hardware1.5 GHz, 4 cores Memory RAM 1 GB, ROM 16 GB, Micro-SD up to 32 GB Battery Li-Pol, 1500 mAh Cameras- Navigation? OS Android 8.1 Oreo SensorsHall USBType-C

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