In previous posts, ebookreader has clued you in with the history of Pocketbook. As a reminder, they are the European company that produces quite good ebook readers, popular in Europe, but not so much in the United States. The e-reader producer doesn’t market its devices nearly enough in North America, and prices the e-readers really high, as opposed to the American companies that create heavy marketing campaigns for their products and don’t have to pay for overseas shipping. We concluded that Pocketbook was on its… Read the rest
Last week we were wondering what would happen with the PocketBook family and with good reason. They have overpriced devices, shipped all the way from Ukraine, trying to make it on an already saturated market in North America. The ereaders are not bad, but the production costs and the shipment are killing PocketBook’s chances in the United States.
PocketBook Touch 622
Be that as it may, the Ukrainian company has revealed a brand new device, the PocketBook Touch 622. It was officially released this week… Read the rest
We all know and have grown to love the PocketBook family, with its able and pretty looking devices that conquered numerous European hearts. However, on the American market, PocketBook finds itself on a precarious position, because of the strong competition it faces overseas.
The North American ereader and tablet market is led by three companies that keep the game up and have some sort of monopoly. They sell devices that range from good to great, are extremely popular and have competitive prices. I… Read the rest
As the month of February comes to an end, most eBook reader and tablet companies have decided to slash prices and create contests, so that their faithful users may benefit of some discounted, but still great devices.
Kobohas organized a contest, ongoing until February 29th, with many prizes and opportunities. Their official website provides numerous coupon codes for those who enter their daily trivia contest. The lucky winners will get 10%-35% off ebook coupons, $25 cinema vouchers and for the grand prize, three Kobo Touch… Read the rest
The European company PocketBook International has quite a surprise for its faithful users. They have recently released a 7incher, fit to compete with the popular Kindle Fire. It is actually a smaller version of the Pocketbook A10, with some cool quirks. Behold the brand new PocketBook A 7”!
The ultimate addition to the PocketBook family promises a lot, with a TFT screen and the same screen size and resolution as the big players Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet (1024 x 600 resolution and 262,000 colours).… Read the rest
This holiday season tablet users have a wide pallet of products to choose from. The American market has proudly received the latest editions from Amazon and Barnes and Noble, while Europe boasts with some quality products of her own. One of the most appreciated eBook readers on the European market at the moment is the latest release from PocketBook, the 912 PRO version that came out three weeks ago in Eastern Europe.
PocketBook Pro 912 Education
In terms of hardware, the PocketBook 912 PRO Education… Read the rest
The Pocketbook eBook reader is one of the two types of eBook readers available in the market. Many may wonder why readers like this are a bit expensive. Amazon’s releases, which fall under the other type, are on the cheaper side, which may be attributed to the devices being optimized for a particular format (DRM). Because of this, users are pretty much left with no other choice but to buy eBooks from big companies such as this, which is where they make much of their… Read the rest