Preowned Pandigital Novel Multimedia E-Reader - White for 20$+Shipping
Cowboom has the preowned Pandigital Novel Multimedia E-Reader - White for 20$+ Tax + Shipping
There are some 5's and 6's available. To me it is very cheap, and after rooting I can have it as a backup tablet or to give it to my kids.
Pandigital is coming up with a major update for this ereader it seems.
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White Novel Dimensions 19.05cm x 13.9cm x 1.27cm (7.5 x 5.5 x .5 inches)
539 grams (19 ounces)
CPU: Samsung s3c6410xh-53 1009 ARM (533MHz)(800 MHz) with F/W 7/24 & later
DAC: Analog Devices SSM2602
Operating system:Android 2.0
Latest SDK Build number : 5
Support for other operating systems Linux Ubuntu has been installed on the White PDN, but found to be "painfully slow." This should be considered a development "Proof of Concept" only.
SD Card Slot: 32GB max (per mfr.)
Accelerometer Yes (detects rotation)
Yes/No Shake in Game Mode
USB hosting: No
Button/ Connection Layout Face: No buttons; Light sensor/charge indicator
Top Side: On/Off slide switch; Reset; Mini USB (2.0 required); SD/MMC
Bottom Side: 2 Speakers (only 1 on Black PDN), 3.5mm (1/8") Headphone Jack
Left Side: Power connector (size "H" coaxial power connector, 12vdc)
Right Side: Volume Up/Down
Shell configurationsPlastic. White/Black/"QVC" Multi-color
Storage RAM: 256MB
Internal: 512MB NAND (approx. 190mb available for use)
Internal MicroSD: 1gb (replaceable / upgradeable up to 32GB). Used by stock PanDigital software.
External: SD card up to 32GB
Touch Screen Resistive, single touch
14.3cm x 10.8cm (7" diagonal)
600 x 800 Pixels
Battery McNair MLP385085-2S 1600mAh 7.4v 
Total 1600mAh approx 2 hrs continious use Wi/Fi On (calculated)
approx 3 hrs continious use Wi/Fi Off (calculated)
much longer when sleeping or screen off
Power Supply 12vdc 1.5 amp to size "H" coaxial power connector (older WPDNs)
5vdc 2.0 amp to size "H" coaxial power connector (new R7T40WWHF1)
Any way to read Kindle books on this?
I had one of these. They are so slow that they end up being completely useless. Yes, I rooted it and installed the custom ROM. Still, too slow to every be used.
Yes, they are slow and battery life is not great, but as a cheap e-reader, they are fine and you won't break the bank if you lose it.
This thing is such a piece of garbage that after returning it I never touched a Pandigital product again and never shopped at that store again for carrying such junk.
For 20 bucks it might be something for a tinkerer/maker though.
Nice price, maybe the cheapest tab yet. What's stopping me is the battery and wifi. 1600mAh is a cel phone battery. That's not enough to for a 7 inch screen. For comparison the first gen Nook Color battery was 3200mAh. And it is a used battery. And there are reports of wifi issues. And it has a resistive nonresponsive screen. Still...
If you keep it on its stand and only use it for an hour at a time, close to a router, it might work for some dedicated applications, like a kitchen recipie thing.
This thing is trash. I bought one a refurb from Best Buy earlier this month for $33 and it just died last night. It had constant wifi connection issues where it would randomly just disconnect and then finally it wouldn't boot. It got stuck in a loop while booting and after resetting, it just won't turn on at all. It's going back to the store and I'm just getting a cheap tablet from Amazon. I won't touch another Pandigital product.
I know the thing is slow, but I just wanted something for my mom to check email with... it didn't even last long enough to give to her.
I was hoping it would be an eink display, but instead it has a 2 hour battery life.
you can hacked it to run android, doesn't mean that it will do it well. you don't buy
a yugo and expect ferrari performance out of it.
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