Write On This Tablet Like You Would On Normal Paper And Save More Space; ReMarkable E-ink Tablet Aims To Revolutionize Writing
You can now read, write and sketch - use this amazing tablet called reMarkable. On its digital paper display feels like a paper, which 'truly lets you experience real paper' in a totally connected device. E-Ink displays are usually connected with e-readers, such as the Amazon Kindle, however, this new tablet from a Norwegian startup takes the technology in a new innovation.
The reMarkable Tablet's Quick Specs
This tablet is made to replace notepads, sketch pads, and printed documents, the ultra-low latency tablet has a 10.3-inch display that runs on a proprietary technology called CANVAS.The black-and-white CANVAS display elements have no glass parts, "looks and feels like paper" and gives crisp, ink-like black tones. 1872 x 1404-pixel, 226 DPI panel is equipped in part by E-ink technology and is the product of a collaboration between the Norwegian company reMarkable and E Ink which is a Taiwan-based company that works on the screens.Under the hood is 3,000mAh battery will last for 'days without having to recharge',comes with 8GB of internal storage for keeping documents locally.Other specs include 512MB of DDR3L RAM and a 1Ghz ARM A9 CPU, which should ensure faster performance for a device such as this.
reMarkable hasn't officially released any specific apps, but the tablet will let you note-taking and sketching with a notebook-based interface for organizing your work. Check out the preview video, drawing mode will offer you a lot of different choices including eraser, undo, zoom and adjustable brushes.
The reMarkable Tablet's Price
The reMarkable's apps come with templates ready for professional users who have an idea of what they want to do in advance.Anyone who gets an early order in will get a limited first edition of the reMarkable, along with the pen and a case, This amazing tablet will cost you $379.
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