In the highly competitive and ever evolving world of e-ink based ebook readers, the current brand leader is Kindle, but similarly impressive devices are available from Kobo, Nook, Sony and other major companies. However, smaller companies can sometimes offer cheaper products as a good alternative.
Bebook is a company based in the Netherlands. Their last major attempt at an ebook reader release was the “Club S”, a seriously flawed device. The small company have certainly redeemed themselves with the current “Pure” and “Touch” models. With… Read the rest
The Bebook brand was taken over by Bas Group in January after Endless Ideas went bankrupt. BeBook Pure is the first venture by this company to hit the market of lower end ebook readers. With a decent price and a design targeted for friendly use, let us see how BeBook Pure competes on the market:
The 6 inch device has a Vizplex e-ink screen with the resolution of 600X800 ppi. The screen has been designed in a portrait mode and for reading under direct… Read the rest
In the world of eBook readers, some stand out as champions, whereas others barely make an impression. The BeBook Neo is one of those ereaders that somehow made it into both categories. It made quite a strong impression on its users and on the gadget market, being known and appreciated for its two features that made it a good product. First characteristic is the Wi-Fi support that for its time of release in 2010, was a step forward for the Eink devices. The Wacom touchscreen… Read the rest