Endless Ideas BV BeBook Live 7 inch




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By ElectricPig.co.uk on 40

The BeBook Live is hard to recommend. It’s more expensive than an e-reader, with a battery that’s nowhere near as good, and doesn’t perform anywhere near a high end tablet, with no 3G and a low res screen. It’s perfectly...

By Pocket-lint on 70

The BeBook Live betters some of the cheap devices we saw earlier in the year, but could well be surpassed soon by new devices. The core experience is good, but the performance befits its...

By itreviews.com on 80

The BeBook Live is a good value tablet with some strong features. It's a pity about the low screen resolution, but then again a higher resolution would have meant a higher...

By PC Advisor on 70

The BeBook Live Android 2.2 'Froyo' tablet is a fast and responsive 7in tablet that is light enough to take out and about and sufficiently good value that we can forgive it the limited screen resolution and general lack of polish. One of the...

By SlashGear on

As a potential iPad and Kindle rival, the BeBook Live falls short on both fronts. Battery life is weaker than either, while the display is arguable less comfortable for ebook use than an E Ink panel and is generally far less impressive than the IPS...

International Review By tabletsmagazine.nl on

BeBook Live De BeBook Live is echt een tablet voor de beginnende tablet gebruiker die niet veel van de tablet verlangt en gewoon zo nu en dan op de bank wil surfen of video's wil bekijken. Android 2.2 is wat achterhaalt en zal de echte Android en...

International Review By bright.nl on

Het Nederlandse BeBook komt met een 7 inch Android-tablet. Hij kost slechts 279 euro, maar werkt nog wel met Android 2.2. De merknaam BeBook is bekend van een serie e-readers met zwart-wit eInk-schermen, die het bedrijf Endless Ideas de laatste jaren op...