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During the test, most of the time I used Max 2, which surpasses the 12-inch iPad Pro in screen size. The large 13.1-inch E-Ink Mobius display has a resolution of 2200 × 1650 pixels with a density of 207 ppi. This is much more than any other tablet of this size. The screen is surrounded by plastic frames and wrapped in a very light and thin metal case. It is convenient and easy to hold with one hand, large size, allows you to read even magazines. Onyx Boox Max 2 comes with a Wacom stylus for annotating PDF files, notes, and even for recording music. E-Ink screens are characterized as slow, but the display on Max 2 is quite fast and smooth, notes and text written by the stylus appear instantly. All files can be saved and exported using a Wi-Fi connection, Bluetooth or via microUSB. Next to the micro USB port is the micro HDMI port, which, when connected to a computer, turns the Boox Max 2 and Note Pro into a second display. Not everyone will like this feature, but it can be useful for those who do not want to read long documents on a PC monitor. It is here that E-Ink screens show their advantage – they do not strain your eyes, and considering their size, they are excellent even for reading before going to bed.

All files can be saved and exported using a Wi-Fi connection, Bluetooth or via microUSB. Next to the micro USB port is the micro HDMI port, which, when connected to a computer, turns the Boox Max 2 and Note Pro into a second display. Not everyone will like this feature, but it can be useful for those who do not want to read long documents on a PC monitor. It is here that E-Ink screens show their advantage – they do not strain your eyes, and considering their size, they are excellent even for reading before going to bed. Onyx Boox Max 2 is fairly lightweight, but not as thin as Boox Note Pro, with a 10.3-inch screen with thin frames on the sides, with the same high resolution and improved performance. Onyx Boox Note Pro design is less businesslike. Both devices are equipped with a 4-core 1.6 GHz processor, 2 GB of RAM, and 32 GB or 64 GB of internal storage.

I’ve been thinking about how to add a little bit of intelligence to my TV, and the obvious answer is “Android prefix”, it occurred to me repeatedly, although it didn’t come to mind at all. Deciding that it is not worth it to endure more, I went and chose almost the first available prefix, in the role of which was SCISHION V88 Piano Smart. Immediately, I note that firstly, I did not study the issue in depth, did not read the forums, did not make comparisons, the choice was due firstly to the price (I didn’t want to spend much more than $ 50), and this version of V88 is worth TomTop has $ 53 (in addition, the SALE10 coupon gives a 5% discount on almost all products in their store). Secondly, I tried to choose a model with more or less relevant characteristics (not very old Android, enough RAM, and so on). Naturally, some things had to be compromised (5 GHz WiFi, Bluetooth, etc.).

By the way, if you search for other reviews, note that this model has been released for quite some time in different versions, and the old versions with 1 GB of RAM and the worst chipset have collected not the best reviews on the Internet, but this modification has noticeably gone ahead. By the way, I don’t understand why the manufacturer simply didn’t choose another index for it instead of adding to the name “PIANO”. The design of the console is made in the spirit of sensible minimalism: a black plastic square with rounded edges. Of the unusual elements – wavy glossy inset on top, judging by the form, symbolizing the very Piano, made in the name of the model. Ports are almost evenly distributed across the three edges of the device.

According to the interface, as far as I understand, SCISHION did not adapt Android TV, instead the console uses regular Android with a custom launcher, so the interface is quite simple, but at least colorful: the screen displays several large tiles intended for subsections like “Online video ”,“ Local content ”and so on, the subsections themselves are empty, adding applications to your taste is your task. A set of pre-installed programs is quite expected: Google services and utilities, including, not least, the Play Market, Youtube, Netflix, browser, file manager and, for some reason, Skype. Separately, it is worth expressing gratitude to the developers for the lack of all sorts of bloatware and advertising in the firmware.