E-reader organization PocketBook has declared and released the InkPad Color, a 7.8-inch gadget that utilizes E Ink’s most recent color technology. PocketBook discloses to The Verge that it’s the first gadget with another Kaleido panel to be accessible in the US and Europe.
As indicated by the organization, the new version of Kaleido has an alternate color filter pattern that offers preferred differentiation and color saturation than the first Kaleido, which is itself pretty new technology. PocketBook likewise says that the screen refresh rate has been improved in software.
The specs of the new Kaleido panel are generally like the past generation, with 300-dpi resolution for monochrome content and 100 dpi when displaying colors. The overall screen resolution has been expanded to 1404 x 1872, inferable from its bigger physical size. The InkPad Color weighs 225g and is 8mm thick, so it should in any case be really compact.
The InkPad Color is now accessible on Newegg and Amazon for $329.