Oh really, I though they finally brought back the microSD slots!? But that was probably their latest10 inch models then (Ultra and Ultra C, I think? hard to keep up with them).
I’m quite curious about their recent models, also about the smaller form factor. However, my Ony Boox Note 2 is still going strong and I suspect I don’t need colour that much on a note taking device (at least not >500€ much). Also, having finally found a decent app to annotate pdfs on my Galaxy Fold 4, the need for (or appeal of) a 7.8 inch reader had decreased somewhat for me - the best note taking device is the one you have with you, isn’t that what they say?
So if anything I might possibly consider one of their 10 inchers, but even that I probably can’t really justify at the moment. Also, I might have larger career decisions/changes ahead next year, so I don’t really know if I’ll still need this kind of note taking equipment in a year’s time.
Is the only difference between the previous one the faster refresh from the dedicated GPU? For only $50 more it’s probably worth it, but overall feels like a pretty minor upgrade.
I have been tempted by something like this in the past. It is cheaper than an iPad Mini, but even though it’s cheaper, I’ve always felt the missing features more than made up the cost difference. IDK, maybe it’s actually more what I need than another iPad, which is honestly overkill for what I want, which is a digital sketchbook with some note taking (in the form of typing, not handwriting) device. I might even add a third use and use it as an eReader sometimes too.
It’s the ereader function that makes owning my Nova 3 Color worthwhile. Since I have it, I have also come to lean on it for note-taking. The pen is great. Still, these devices have not come far enough to be front line devices like the Pro X or my phone.