Raon Digital Everun Note captured in Korea

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If you can’t wait until mid-September for user reports and early reviews of  the Raon Digital Everun Note, which is now available for non-US/Canada residents to preorder from Conics.net, then grab your favorite online translator and check out the review at Lazion.com. If, however, you think sentences like "Note that the keyboard on the ebeoreon already know a lot of feedback on their way to cross" (well done, Google Translate!) require more deciphering than the actual Korean characters, then you’re probably better off just looking at all the pictures.

The white drop cloth is in serious need of some ironing, but the images show the 7-inch Everun Note in greater detail and in more poses than we’ve seen before.

Here are some highlights:

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That’s the Raon Digital Vega on the right.

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Look how much smaller the Everun Note is compared to the Kohjinsha.

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And this is how the Note looks next to an MSI Wind.

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See all the photos in Lazion’s review: Part 1 | Part 2

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