Technology Sony announces smaller version of giant Digital Paper E Ink tablet

15:41  16 april  2018
15:41  16 april  2018 Source:   The Verge

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In the time between Sony ’s original DPT-S1 and now, the company has also picked up some competition in the form of the reMarkable, a similar giant E Ink tablet that was announced last year that also aims to replace paper with a giant E Ink display.

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a close up of a piece of paper© Provided by The Verge The selling point of Sony’s DPT-RP1 “Digital Paper” tablet is right there in the name — it’s basically a giant slab of E Ink the same size as a sheet of A4 paper, and it works with a stylus for document creation, PDF annotation, and so on. Now Sony’s announced a new version- the DPT-CP1, which is basically the exact same thing but in A5 size.

The 10.3-inch screen has a resolution of 1404 x 1872 at 224 dots per inch, and is capable of 16 levels of greyscale. The DPT-CP1 has 16GB of storage for PDF files, which can be shared with iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac devices through a companion app. It’s 5.9mm thick and weighs about half a pound, with Sony claiming it’ll last around a month on a single charge.

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Sony Sony 's Digital Paper E Ink e -reader/ tablet hybrid has now been made available to buy, d. We are in the process of updating our Luminate URLs to Yahoo Small Business. You will see “Luminate” in URLs and email address for a few months.

The Sony Digital Paper is aimed Apr 10, 2017 In the time between Sony 's original DPT-S1 and now, the company has also picked up some competition in the form of the reMarkable, a similar giant E Ink tablet that was announced last year that also aims to replace paper with a giant E Ink display.

Like the larger model, the DPT-CP1 is likely to remain a Japan-only product, and it isn’t really aimed at mainstream consumers — Sony says the price will be “under” 70,000 yen, or about $650, which would make it roughly $100 cheaper than its bigger sibling. It’ll be available in early June.

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