The Hanvon N10 is a 10.3 inch tablet with an E Ink tablet, digital pen support for writing and drawing, and a slim design: the device measures just 5.5mm (0.22 inches) thick and weighs 374 grams (13.2 ounces).

Announced this week in China, the tablet is up for pre-order from JD.com for 1999 CNY (~$295). It’s unclear if this particular model will be available in other countries anytime soon, but a number of other Hanvon products are available through global marketplaces like AliExpress.

The Hanvon N10 features a 10.3 inch, 1872 x 1404 pixel greyscale ePaper display, a 1.8 GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of LPDDR4X memory, 32GB of storage, a USB Type-C port, dual-band WiFi, and Bluetooth 5.0 support and it ships with Android 11-based software. Powered by a 6,000 mAh battery, Hanvon says you should be able to get 120 days of standby battery life.

The tablet comes with a Hanvon EMR active stylus with support for 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, replaceable tips, and an eraser function. And in addition to hardware, Hanvon develops optical character recognition (OCR) software, among other things. So in addition to allowing you draw pictures and take handwritten notes, the tablet includes software that can convert pictures or PDF files into text files that you can edit or annotate and then save and export.

There’s also support for capacitive touch input, allowing you to turn pages or interact with the screen using your fingers. And there are several physical buttons on the side of the Hanvon N10 that can be used for turning pages or other user customizable actions.

 

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    1. Mirasol looks like it has long be abandoned. You’d know that if you actually followed this product niche.

      And just because it’s of no use to you, doesn’t mean others don’t like using E-Ink based tablets.