|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.|