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It's exclusively a business ereader, designed for professionals that need to carry around a lot of PDF and other digital documents and newspapers. Thus, this will be based on the latter model. Slightly larger than the Kindle DX , all three Digital Readers are the same size, x x 12 mm Supporting 16 levels of gray scale, it has an E Ink Vizplex screen, which is x mm The pixel resolution is x It comes with a USB 2.
Purchasing a cover is highly recommended. The DRS has two main selling points: It has a touchscreen and comes with a stylus that allows users to write notes directly on the screen. These can then be converted into digital text and exported to another device or computer. Quoted from the iRex website typos included : "Print any document directly to you the iRex Digital Reader.
Microsoft Office documents, e-mails and Adobe PDF documents, can be directly printed into a readable format on your iRex Digital Reader, allowing you the convenience to always have all your paperwork at hand. The average office worker prints more than 10, pages of paper a year, of which three quarter is thrown away within one week and more than half the same day.
The iRex Digital Reader finally offers a way for companies and individuals to cut out the billions of pages of printed paper they produce each year, making a powerful contribution to the environment.
As you would expect from this device, you can rotate the display, add bookmarks, find words and look up dictionary definitions. The DRS renders PDF files exceptionally well, and the screen is very easy on the eyes, with crisp and clear text, and minimal glare.
It's the best device on the market if you need to use and edit over PDF documents frequently. Very short battery life, about 12 hours or less, and it takes 5 hours to charge with a USB cable.
User interface cluttered with icons and excessive commands are required to open, close, and delete documents. The eBook Reader. Related Links: Homepage. Enter your email address to receive updates:.
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iRex Digital Reader 1000S gets the hands on treatment
It's exclusively a business ereader, designed for professionals that need to carry around a lot of PDF and other digital documents and newspapers. Thus, this will be based on the latter model. Slightly larger than the Kindle DX , all three Digital Readers are the same size, x x 12 mm Supporting 16 levels of gray scale, it has an E Ink Vizplex screen, which is x mm The pixel resolution is x
iRex Digital Reader Review
Production ceased in , when iRex filed for bankruptcy. The manufacturer indicated that this can store up to 1, documents or pictures. The S and SW models have touchscreens compatible with Wacom styluses. The DR was originally marketed as able to "last days" on a single battery charge, while users reported battery life of 12 hours at most.
iRex Digital Reader 1000S gets hands-on: decent display, slow CPU
The Gadget: iRex's ebook reader, a huge Its functionality is broad, but it lacks the stability, comfort and focus of Amazon's perennially sold-out little snow speeder. As a technology statement, the iRex is impressive: It's the first ebook reader I've played with that has a inch E-Ink screen. I'd seen the displays at tradeshows, but having one in my hand is different. It's nice to have all of that real estate without a lot of weight and no backlight or glare. This is also the first ebook reader I know of with a Wacom touchscreen and an accompanying, almost Windows-like interface of pop-up menus and floating dialog boxes, plus the more typical launcher-style icons.