Kno Tablet has a 14.1 inch display for Digital College Textbooks eBook Reader with Note Taking

Kno Tablet offers 14 inch Digital College Textbooks eBook Reader and Note Taker

Kno Tablet Dual Screen model

(Best Syndication News) - The Kno Tablet is another eBook reader that offers functionality for note taking and researching aimed for college students. The Kno is in short supply said the company and at their website are having people sign up for an invite to buy if they are interested in the product. They are also giving out 10 Kno tablets to students with digital books loaded on them.

There are two different models, one is a single panel and the other is designed much like a book with a left and right panel. The Kno tablet with Single Screen and Stylus can be ordered with either 16 GB for $599 or 32 GB for $699. The Kno tablet with Dual Screen and Stylus you can order with 16 GB for $899 and 32 GB for $999.

The Kno comes with built-in apps. You have the Reader app which allows you to read textbook in their full size without scrolling. Plus you can take notes and write on the book with the Kno stylus (replacement sell for $14.99.) You can highlight relevant text all digitally. If you love sticky notes, you can place virtual messages on the pages as you study your book. Don't know what a word means? You can look up the words on a dictionary.

The Notebook app helps you keep your notes on a subject together. You can draw, handwrite notes as you study the text book. This would work great for the dual panel set up as one panel can have the textbook, while the other side can have the note taking app open on the right side.

ebook readers

The Kno also come with built-in web browser so you can research more information, email, and get online. Other apps are planned to be made available for the tablets.

The Kno has been designed for college students in mind, however the tablet could be used in any educational setting. The Kno company said that the 14.1 inch panels display digital textbooks without scrolling. A college student could save money because the digital editions of the textbooks typically costs between 30 to 50 percent less that printed versions. The digital college textbooks are sold through the Kno bookstore at

To learn more about the Kno tablet you can visit the companies website at

BY: N Wilson
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Demonstration of the Dual Screen Kno with Stylus



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