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PocketBook CAD Reader Flex 13.3″ Flexible E-reader: Paper v.1.5

by Lambert Varias
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Last year, we featured the PaperTab, an extremely flexible E-ink reader prototype. PocketBook’s upcoming CAD Reader Flex isn’t as thin or flexible as the PaperTab, but it is real and will be available soon. It’s a 13.3″ e-reader that should be great for reading up to letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) documents at full size.

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The CAD Reader Flex has a 1600×1200 Mobius E-ink screen, the same one that’s in Sony’s $1,000 (USD) DPT-S1 e-reader. But it appears the CAD Reader Flex will be more durable than Sony’s offering. That’s where the Mobius’ flexibility comes in. The CAD Reader Flex is only 6.5mm thick – for comparison’s sake, the iPhone 6 is 6.9mm thick and the iPad Air 2 is 6.1mm thick – but thanks in part to the flexible screen you can leave it in your bag knowing that it won’t snap in two at the slightest pressure.

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Aside from having an anti-Bendgate screen, the CAD Reader Flex is also dust- and moisture-resistant. Its rubber housing complements the screen’s flexibility while providing a grippy surface.

Let’s hope it doesn’t ape the Sony e-reader’s price tag. Check out PocketBook’s website to find out more about the CAD Reader Flex.

[via Gadgetify]

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Comments (3):

  1. Jenny says:

    A4 isn’t 8.5″x11″. that’s letter sized.

  2. Christian Stroetmann says:

    As far as we do know, this is our iFlex technology presented on the 11th of July 2014 on our website of OntomaX, which also includes an e-paper variant and for which we are in the process of filing a patent.

    Best Regards
    Christian Stroetmann

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