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Bigme Inknote Color+ Lite Review: A more affordable Inknote Color with less memory/storage

Overall rating


  • Colour screen
  • High screen resolution/density
  • Great hardware specs
  • Very versatile
  • Google Play Store
  • Nice writing feel
  • Frontlight
  • Bluetooth functions on stylus
  • Audio (speakers and microphone)
  • Front & rear-facing cameras
  • MicroSD card slot
  • ChatGPT integration


  • Steeper learning curve
  • Heavy
  • Screen is slightly darker than Monochrome tablets
  • Software and apps not as refined as competitors
  • No search within notebooks

A powerful and versatile COLOUR e-ink tablet but the software and apps are currently a step or two behind the competition.

Last updated: September 2023

The Bigme Inknote Color+ Lite is almost exactly the same as the Bigme Inknote Color+.

The only difference is that the Lite version has 2Gb less RAM (4Gb instead of 6Gb) and half the storage capacity (64Gb instead of 128Gb). Consequently, this brings the price down substantially (by $200 USD in some outlets).

As these trimmed-down specs will not make much of a difference in performance for the average user, the Inknote Color+ Lite looks to be a better value option than its predecessor.

Because these two e-ink tablets are so similar (and use exactly the same software), to avoid duplication, we direct you to our review of the Bigme Inknote Color+.

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Jeffrey has been a fan of Eink devices since his first eReader back in 2007. Since then, he has owned over 15 Eink devices from 8 different companies (and counting) which have ranged from dedicated eReaders to fully functional productivity devices.

Using his experience and passion for the subject, he creates videos on YouTube to share his knowledge and interests in this area (youtube.com/@jeffreymoss -- please subscribe!). He can also be found posting on Reddit under the username Disastrous_Analyst_1.

Professionally, Jeffrey has worked in the Healthcare industry for over 25 years in various analytical and administrative roles and that work continues. It should be noted that he uses an eNotetaking device at his place of work daily.

He lives in Northern California with his wife, son, and two cats.