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Old 02-04-2020, 01:05 PM   #1
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Inkpad 3 and Inkpad 3 Pro

Hello everyone,

I am completely new to the e-reader community. I have a lot of ebooks that I would love to read and I went on a search for an ebook reader. From what I searched up it appears that Inkpad would be the perfect choice given the country I am in and the limited options I have (Kindle,Kobo and Pocketbook are the ones I have access to.)

I am contemplating on buying either Inkpad 3 or an Inkpad 3 Pro. Could anyone be so kind as to provide me with the differences they have? I would also like to buy a stylus with the E-reader. I am asking here as I came across very little reviews on both devices.

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Old 02-04-2020, 01:10 PM   #2
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The Inkpad 3 Pro has Bluetooth, water protection, no micro SD card slot, weighs 15 g more (225 g) and has 16 GB of space instead of 8 GB.

You don't need a stylus with the Pocketbook devices. I wouldn't know if you'd be able to use one, anyway.
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Hey LucyOne,

I am really thankful for your quick reply, wonderfully presented the differences! This is what I found from a goodreader article. I

"We mentioned stylus a few times, you can do it with EPUBS, PDFS and also with the dedicated note taking app. You need a capacitive stylus, one that you can draw on your smartphone or tablet, but it is important to note that the Pocketbook PRO does not have a WACOM layer, just a capacitive one. In our hands on review video, we go over all of this." -Source https://goodereader.com/blog/electro...k-inkpad-3-pro
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