Onyx BOOX Note Air is an Android (v10) e-notebook that features a 10.3" 1872x1404 (227 PPI) E Ink Carta display, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and an Octa-core chipset.
Electronic paper (or e-paper) is a collective name for display technologies that offer paper-like performance - high display clarity and sunlight readability, and all that with very low power consumption (usually ePaper displays do not require any power while the image is not changing).
ePaper displays are found in many devices (most people will associate ePaper displays with e-readers such as Amazon's Kindle). Since 2019 or so, companies also started to produce e-notebooks, which are large tablet devices with ePaper displays, mostly used for note taking and reading reference books.
The latest e-notebooks with ePaper displays
Dasung's Not-eReader 103 is a smart E Ink tablet that features a 10.3" 228 PPI 1872x1404 E Ink display, Android 9.0 OS, 4G of storage, a TF card slot and a fast Snapdragon 660 chipset. It supports both hand and pen touch.
Beyond its capacity as a tablet and e-reader, the Not-eReader can be used to connect to a PC or smartphone and mirror it as a mobile monitor.
Avalue's Digital Paper Tablet is an E Ink tablet that is aimed towards the industrial and educational markets. It features a 8.5 by 11 inches (letter size) E Ink display and pen input.
Avalue will offer the DPT to its customer as a fully customizable device.
Sharp's WG-PN1 is an electronic notebook that features a 6" 800x600 E Ink display. It can store up to 7,000 handwritten pages and has a battery that lasts up to 10 days of use.
The WG-PN1 will ship in Japan in November 2019 for 23,000 Yen (around $210).
Xiaomi's Ink Case Smart Electronic Paper is a large E Ink tablet devices that sports a large 10.3" 1404x1872 E Ink display and a Wacom stylus. The device is based on Android 8.1, optimized for electronic ink and has 32 GB of storage and 2GB of RAM.
The Ink Case SEP is now shipping in China for 2,499 Yuan (around $360).
The EeWrite E-Pad is an Android (8.0) tablet that features a 10.3" 1872 x 1404 (227 PPI) E Ink Mobius (flexible) display with front-light and touch support, a 10-Core Helio X20 processor, support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 4G communication and 32 GB of storage + TF card support.
The E-Pad successfully raised over $400,000 on kickstarter, and will hopefully start shipping in August 2019. The current early-bird price is $495.
Onyx's BOOX Note Pro is an e-notebook that sports a 10.3" 1872x1404 Mobius (flexible) Carta E Ink display, Wacom stylus, a 1.6 Ghz quad-core CPU, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and Android 6. The BOOX Note Pro can be considered to be a cross between a tablet and an e-reader.
Dasung's Not-eReader is an Android-based 7.8" E Ink (300 PPI) smart tablet-like device. Dasung claims the Not-eReader will have a video-capable fast refresh rate. Other features include a large 5,300 mAh battery, a quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Dasung launched a crowdfunding campaign for the Not-eReader. The device will cost $465, although early buyers will get a 26% discount.
Sony's DPT-CP1 is an A5-sized digital paper that uses a 10.3" 1404x1872 (224 PPI) E Ink display. The DPT-CP1 is used to view, annotate and create documents, and uses a stylus. The device has 16GB of storage, can last around a month on a single battery charge and can be connected to Android, iOS, Windows and Mac devices.
The DPT-CP1 will ship in Japan in June 2018 for around $650.