New MeeBook M103 e-note with 10.3-inch E Ink display set for May 3 debut

There is a new e-note device all set to come our way. It’s the MeeBook M103, which according to eReader Pro, is slated for launch on May 3. The e-note comes with a 10.3-inch E Ink display having 1404 x 1872 or 227 PPI resolution. The monochrome display features a front light system with warm and cold individual controls that ensure you have the most optimum reading experience in any lighting condition.

The e-note comes powered by a 1.8 GHz Cortex A55 processor having four cores. There is 4 GB of RAM onboard along with 64 gigs of ROM, the latter being further expandable to up to 1 TB via microSD cards. Connectivity options the M103 supports include Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6 while there also is a USB-C port for wired connectivity as well as recharging the battery. While still on battery, it’s a 4600 mAh capacity unit that the M103 comes with and should keep it awake for a couple of days easily.

Other features of the M103 include built-in mics and a speaker. The device comes bundled with an electromagnetic pen that does not require charging and supports 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity. It measures 6.8 mm which makes it quite slim in profile but at 465 grams, the M103 surely isn’t the lightest e-note device around. It runs Android 11 out of the box and comes with Play Store pre-installed.

The MeeBook M103 is slated to go on sale via JingDong. Interestingly, the M103 had first appeared on the Japanese crowdfunding site GreenFunding but had failed to reach its goal as there were just 14 people backing the device. It now remains to be seen if the M103 manages to make a mark in the open market.

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