|Privately held company|
|Products||E-book readers, multimedia readers and Android-based tablet computers|
|Revenue||$ 151 million (2010)|
Number of employees
|230 (July 2013)|
PocketBook is a multinational company which produces e-book readers based on E Ink technology (an electronic paper technology), as well as multimedia readers and Android-based tablet computers, under the PocketBook brand.
The devices are assembled at the Foxconn, Wisky, Yitoa and other factories.
The company's products are sold in 30 countries worldwide – in Central, Eastern, and Western Europe, in Russia and Baltic and Commonwealth of Independent States countries, as well as in Australia, Israel, New Zealand, and others. As of December 2013[update], PocketBook claimed it had sold over two million e-reader and tablet devices.
|September 2008||The company starts shipping its first e-reader, the PocketBook 301. The model became the top-selling device in Russia (the total volume of sold devices exceeded 100,000) according to 2009-2010 results.|
|January 2009||Release of PocketBook's second e-reader, the PocketBook 360° - that is the world's first e-book reading device created based on the comments from the-eBook.org community, a popular forum in Russian dedicated to e-books.|
|March 2009||PocketBook 302 Cookie – the world's first e-reader supporting Bluetooth wireless data transfer protocol.|
|November 2010||PocketBook IQ 701  – a multimedia e-book reader running the Android operating system. In 2011 PocketBook IQ 701 became the second top-selling device in Russia after the iPad.|
|December 2010||Market launch of PocketBook Pro 602 and PocketBook Pro 902.|
|February 2011||PocketBook launches the world's first e-book readers with a smartphone set of wireless interfaces (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 3G) – PocketBook Pro 603 and 903.|
|May 2011||Market launch of PocketBook 360 Plus – an updated version of the PocketBook 360 model with Wi-Fi support and more powerful architecture. Three versions of the PocketBook 360 were ultimately produced – 360, 360+ and 360+ New.|
|September 2011||Production of PocketBook devices starts at the specially designated production line at a Foxconn factory.|
|October 2011||Market launch of PocketBook A10 – a tablet computer running Android 2.3.5, exhibited for the first time at IFA 2011 in Berlin, Germany.|
|December 2011||Market launch of PocketBook Basic – an e-book reader which became one of the top ten best-selling and most recommended eReaders in the French retail chain Pixmania following the results of 2011.|
|February 2012||Market launch of PocketBook A 7" – a multimedia e-book reader that runs Android 2.3.7.|
|March 2012||Market launch of PocketBook Touch  - an e-reader with a multi-sensor 6-inch E Ink Pearl display.|
|September 2012||At the international IFA exhibition in Berlin, PocketBook introduces two new devices:
• PocketBook Basic New — an improved version of PocketBook Basic 611 • PocketBook SURFpad — a tablet computer running Android 4.0.4., which became one of the first devices with the pre-installed Yandex.Store app store.
|April 2013||The company presented a new premium product line:
• PocketBook Colour Lux – the world's first color E Ink e-reader with built-in light • PocketBook Touch Lux – an e-reader with Pearl HD display and frontlight • PocketBook SURFpad 2 – a multimedia device running Android 4.0.4
|July 2013||Release of PocketBook Mini a 5-inch slim and compact E Ink e-reader|
|October 2013||The presentation of new devices at IFA 2013 international exhibition in Berlin:
• PocketBook CoverReader  – the first flip-cover with E Ink screen for smartphones • PocketBook Basic Touch – E Ink reader with a «film touch» technology based screen, And also two Android tablets PocketBook SURFpad 3 (7,85") and PocketBook SURFpad 3 (10").
|November 2013||The company presents PocketBook Touch Lux (Limited edition)|
|December 2013||Presentation of the new construction-oriented device PocketBook CAD Reader  with EPD E Ink Fina screens at Autodesk University international exhibition in Los Angeles, USA. The CAD Reader has remained vaporware ever since.|
|PocketBook Basic 2 - a 6-inch E Ink e-reader represented|
|January 2014||PocketBook Touch Lux 2 - E Ink e-reader with frontlight represented|
|March 2014||The company announced the first serial waterproof and dust protected E Ink e-reader – PocketBook Aqua |
|PocketBook Pro 912,
Basic 611, Touch
|Pixmania ||Pixmania Top 10 Sales||France (2012)|
|PocketBook Touch||Computer Bild||Best eReader in Europe ||Germany (2012)|
|PocketBook A10||Red Dot 2012 Awards||Best product design ||Germany (2012)|
|PocketBook Touch||Tablet PC ||Winner of testing of new e-book readers with multisensor displays||Germany (2012)|
|PocketBook Touch, PocketBook Basic, PocketBook Basic New||PC Format ||Winner of e-book reader rating||Poland (2012)|
|PocketBook A 10’’ 3G||Consumer Electronics & Photo Expo ||Product of the Year 2012 (Mobile and Digital Devices)||Russia (2012)|
|PocketBook Pro 612||PC Magazine/RE||Russia: Best of the Best 2011 (E-book readers) ||Russia (2012)|
|PocketBook Touch Lux||allesebook.de||Best E Ink Reader ||Germany (2013)|
|PocketBook Touch Lux||Tablet PC ||Best E Ink Reader||Germany (2013)|
|PocketBook SURFpad 2||The-eBook Quality Guarantee ||Best tablet||Russia (2013)|
|PocketBook SURFpad 2||allesebook.de||Test winner ||Germany (2013)|
|PocketBook Touch Lux||SFT Magazins ||Best E Ink reader||Germany (2013)|
|PocketBook Mini||Tablet PC ||Best E Ink reader||Germany (2013)|
|PocketBook SURFpad 3 (7,85’’)||Tablet PC ||Best E Ink reader||Germany (2013)|
|PocketBook Touch Lux||The-eBook Championship 2013||Best E Ink reader ||Russia (2013)|
|PocketBook Mini||The-eBook Championship 2013||Best E Ink reader ||Russia (2013)|
|PocketBook Touch Lux 2||Red Dot 2014||Best product design ||Germany (2014)|
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