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The Bigme B751 is an E Ink tablet with a 7 inch black and white display featuring 300 pixels per inch, a 2.3 GHz octa-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and pen that lets you write notes or draw pictures thanks to 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity.

Bigme’s device also has a mic and speaker with support for voice-to-text input, letting you speak to the B751 rather than writing on it. According to a report from ITHouse, the Bigme B751 is launching first in China, where it sells for $1,699 CNY (about $240). But Bigme products have a way of finding their way to global markets, so I wouldn’t be surprised to see this one available outside of China soon. Update (Dec 18, 2023): As expected, the Bigme B751 is now available from AliExpress for around $296 and up.

The company is positioning the B751 as its first 7 inch tablet with support for AI features including the ability to summarize content, or aid you in creating text or graphic content… although it’s unclear if those AI features use on-device processing or rely on a remote server.

Other key features include a front light with 36 levels of brightness and adjustable color temperature, physical page turn buttons, a microSD card reader with support for cards up to 1TB, a 3,000 mAh battery, support for dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0, and software that’s based on Android 11.

The Bigme B751 measures 136.2 x 155.7 x 7mm, making it a little smaller than an Amazon Kindle Oasis.

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  1. there is absolutely no way this thing has self-hosted AI features outside of the ones we already take for granted and don’t consider to be “AI” (autocorrect/spellcheck immediately come to mind)
    i look forward to it going up in price by 200-300 bucks simply because they can when selling to places like NA and Europe. :/ If you look at any e-ink/e-reader device they all have rather pathetic hardware because “well the screen can’t update that fast so why would you need it” even though one of the best ways to attract people to your platform or product (outside of opening up development and publishing the source code) is providing a smooth and seamless experience and honestly 4GB of RAM with Android 11 is anything BUT that.

    1. I disagree with the previous comments a bit. Sure, compared to tablets, it’s not anything special. However, if you compare it to other e-ink readers, it’s really good. It’s probably the most powerful and versatile inch e-reader on the market now. However, as an e-“e-reader”, you don’t need much horsepower to begin with. This will be probably the go-to e-reader for the 7-inch market but I wished for an 8-inch e-reader. There’s a lack of e-ink readers with that size and this could’ve been a great e-reader for exactly that. This is currently in competition with the Onyx Boox Leaf 2 where the white version is a sunken screen display, which gives the reader the clearest image quality.