Digital paper: feels like paper, acts like a tablet

Digital paper

DO IT SOON What’s up? Digital paper devices combines the simplicity of reading and writing on real paper with the convenience of digital features, including easy sharing across devices, searchable documents, and secure document encryption.
What’s new?  Revolutionize the way you read, annotate documents and take handwritten notes. Go paperless, while still enjoying the easy readability and precision writing capability of the low-glare, paper-like texture. Use apps to easily transfer documents to and from your PC, Mac, or Smartphone.At the present time, there appears to be 2 major players: the Goliath, Sony wit its DPT-RP1 / DPT-CP1 (13 inch and 10 inch) machines and the David, reMarkable, a crowd-funded, upstart.

The videos gives a quick comparison of the two devices.

So what? Despite their innovativeness.there is a huge downside to these devices: the prices are double that of an iPad (which now comes with a stylus as well) with seriously limited features. They are, by and large, very expensive sheets of paper.
SOURCE:  reMarkable

SOURCE: Sony DPT

Review Video 1

Review video 2


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