reMarkable E-Ink Paper Tablet for Reading, Writing and Sketching without Disruptions

Using a uniquely designed E-ink display, the reMarkable paper tablet lets you read, write and sketch without disruptions. Like the feature? Let’s go on checking.

reMarkable E-Ink Paper Tablet

Appearance design

The reMarkable is an innovative and advanced E-ink tablet that measures 6.9 x 19.1 x 0.26 inches and weights 0.77 pounds. As we can see from the images, the tablet sports an elegant and minimalistic appearance, and its lightweight and ultra-thin design allows you to effortlessly hold the e-paper tablet in your hand or put it in your bag.

Function features

The reMarkable comes equipped with a specially designed 10.3-inch monochrome digital paper display partially powered by E-ink Carta technology with multi-point capacitive touch, paper-like surface friction, and 1872 x 1404 resolution as well as 226 ppi pixel density, so it delivers a comfortable reading experience even when the sun is out. Meanwhile, the CAVANS display’s patent-pending low latency technology allows you to sketch, write or annotate directly on the surface like you would on paper.

reMarkable E-Ink Paper Tablet

Furthermore, the paper tablet comes with a super precise pen with special high-friction pen tip, tile detection and 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, which allows you to keep your handwriting and add more details to your sketches, and the pen doesn’t need battery. Using its custom app, your notes and sketches can be synced to its secure cloud service and transmitted to your other mobile devices in real time.

Moreover, other features also include 1GHz ARM A9 CPU, 512MB DDR3L RAM, 8GB internal storage, Linux-based OS, and 3000mAh rechargeable battery.

Price and availability

The reMarkable paper tablet is priced at $379 USD (launch offer). If you’re interested, jump to reMarkable official site¬†or Amazon for its more details.

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