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6.7 out of 10

BeBook Neo

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Overall 6

BeBook Neo

eReader Central
9 December 2010
  • Summary: The BeBook Neo brings to the table very little that we haven't seen elsewhere. It’s basically the same six inch eReader all over again (like the Kindle or Nook), only a little faster and with Wi-Fi capabilities. Now, that’s not a bad thing. The only problem is that you would not expect a weaker brand, such as BeBook, to over-price its fierce competition if they want to penetrate the market and gain reputation.
  • Pros: International compatibility through built-in Wi-Fi, Fast processor, High variety of compatible file formats
  • Cons: High-priced relative to its competitors (can reach up to more than twice the price in Australia), Not many online customer reviews, No dedicated bookstore, Not an established brand (yet)
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Bebook Neo Reader

20 May 2010

BeBook Neo review

8 April 2010
  • Summary: At £279 the BeBook Neo is one of the more expensive models on the market, and we’d probably shy towards a cheaper book reader considering we didn’t really find ourselves using the key features it offered. Although it’s a good device, we’d probably go for something slightly cheaper that focused purely on displaying electronic books with simple controls.
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BeBook Neo E-Reader Review

22 November 2010
  • Conclusion: Although it’s clear that the BeBook was made to achieve something capable of accepting many open formats, and including additional functionality, that functionality comes at the cost of simple navigation.
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Expert Review

13 November 2010
  • Excerpt: eReaders come full of promise — they’re highly portable, they hold hundreds of books, and the E Ink screens look great in bright daylight. Early adopting technology lovers like ourselves should be simply drooling. But we’re not... There are good reasons for choosing an eBook reader over a tablet device like the iPad. First up, battery life. Once you’ve turned the page of an eReader, it uses negligable power.
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Overall 7

BeBook Neo review

PC Advisor
4 July 2010
  • Summary: Clad in white plastic with a rubberised rear, the BeBook Neo is a great looking e-reader device.
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