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Pandigital Novel PRD07T10WWH7

alaTest has collected and analyzed 237 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the storage and portability. The screen and usability are also mentioned favorably, whereas many are critical about the reliability and battery.

value for money, usability, screen, portability, storage

performance, battery, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other eReaders the Pandigital Novel PRD07T10WWH7 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Pandigital Novel PRD07T10WWH7

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 59 user reviews of Pandigital Novel PRD07T10WWH7 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other eReaders on Amazon.com.

value for money, usability, screen, portability, battery

76% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Pandigital 6" Personal eReaderPandigital Novel 2GB 7-Inch WiFi Multimedia Android Tablet and Color eReader R70E200 (Black) - Factory Remanufactured and Warrantied

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Pandigital Novel

 

What should you expect from a $199 color screen eReader? More than this.

Whether or not you fall on this side of the LCD vs. e-Ink eReader display debate, the Pandigital Novel is not the best exemplar of the former category. The device has some potential, and perhaps upgrades to the firmware and software can improve some of...

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Pandigital Novel

 

The Pandigital Novel looks like a good deal on paper. The company markets it as an ebook reader, and designed its UI around a book library and a tie in to Barnes & Noble's online ebook store. But it also looks like it could be a killer budget tablet,...

Attractive home screen UI. Android OS means it doubles as a low-cost tablet computer

Dim, fuzzy, extremely stubborn touch screen. Sluggish, obtuse user interface. Buggy, despite a recent firmware update

The Pandigital Novel is a well specified but poorly thought-out device; it tries to be an e-book reader and tablet computer simultaneously, and fails at both tasks.

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Pandigital Novel E-Reader Review - PCWorld

 

E-reader is easy on the wallet, but expect to make compromises on performance and usability.

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Pandigital Novel (black)

 

If you know of Pandigital, you probably know it for its photo frames. However, the company is moving into the hot e-book reader market with a device that a lot of people have been waiting for: an affordable color-screen e-book reader with ties to a...

E-book reader with color touch screen; built-in Wi-Fi; access to Barnes & Noble eBook store; SD expansion slot for additional memory; Web browser and e-mail capabilities; displays images and some video formats; support for audio and MP3 playback.

Resistive touch-screen is problematic; extremely sluggish performance; interface could be more intuitive; overall user experience could be better.

The feature set of the affordable Pandigital Novel looks good on paper, but this color e-book reader and multimedia device is hobbled by its extremely slow performance and unresponsive touch screen.

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Pandigital Novel Review: 9" eReader Tablet

 

This Pandigital Novel is the largest of Pandigital's ereaders and Android tablets. It has a 9-inch screen, whereas the other two color models have 7-inch screens.

Please feel free to post questions and comments below about the 9″ Pandigital Novel, or if you need some help with anything. Make sure to check the review for details about how to install apps.

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Pandigital Novel Personal eReader

 

The Pandigital Novel Personal eReader is Pandigital's second ebook reader, and is their first attempt at an electronic paper ereader. Their other device was released back in June, the Pandigital Novel Tablet, a 7-inch multipurpose ereader with a color...

Compared to other ebook readers on the current market, the Pandigital Novel Personal eReader has a fairly extensive list of features for the price: WiFi, touchscreen, web browser that can download ebooks, audio player, speaker, g-sensor, and some apps...

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Pandigital Novel 7" Multimedia eReader for $150 + $5 s&h

 

Walgreens offers the Pandigital Novel 7" Multimedia eReader for $149.99. With shipping at $4.99, it's the lowest total price we could find by $31. Sales tax is added where applicable. It features a Samsung ARM 11 mobile processor, 7" 600x800 color...

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Pandigital Novel

 

Even though Pandigital hasn't perfected the eReader industry yet, they made a good impression with their first eReading device. The Pandigital Novel needs some improvement before being on top but with a few of the kinks straightened out; it will be an...

The full color touchscreen brings reading to life on the Novel

A short battery life could cut your time reading

The vivid design, LendMe feature and access to more than half a million free books bring Pandigital into the eReader game.

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Novel Reader

 

Pandigital, a digital photoframe specialist, understands the value of color in displaying images. It's no surprise then that the company is bringing color to eReader screens as it moves from digital photos to digital books. With a name like Pandigital...

The backlit LCD screen has both advantages and disadvantages. On the con side, texts easily gets washed out when hit by sunlight. On the pro side, it allows you to read perfectly in dim darkness or in low light situations. 800 x 600 pixel resolution...

The Novel supports three file types only, limiting the eBooks you can download to PDF, ePub, and HTML files only. Touch screen is resistive, not capacitive, which could mean you need to press extra hard to get the device respond to your commands. The...

The Pandigital Novel will be available from major retailers such as Sears, Staples, and K-Mart for $199. For those who have been waiting for a color eReader that is cheap, can browse the web, and play videos, the Pandigital Novel is due for a limited...

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Pandigital Novel review

 

The Pandigital Novel makes a valiant attempt at being a value priced, full colour, Android-based ebook reader that also doubles as a general-use tablet. Unfortunately, it falls short of its mark. At $175 , the Novel is expensive compared with Amazon's...

If the Pandigital Novel were priced lower, maybe I'd be forgiving of its numerous faults. For those that need a portable device and who don't have a smartphone, I can see where this might have appeal at first blush. It's a first, positive step into the...

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