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Are Stylus Tips the Achilles Heel of the Sony DPT-RP1 and Remarkable?

The Sony DPT-RP1 and Remarkable both have similar styluses with tips that wear out after a few weeks or so, depending on how much you use them. This supposedly makes the writing experience feel more paper-like on both devices, but it’s also a serious problem when there are no more stylus tips to buy, and […]

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Sony DPT-RP1 vs reMarkable

Sony DPT-RP1 vs reMarkable Comparison Review (Video)

The Sony DPT-RP1 and the reMarkable paper tablet are two new E Ink ereaders with a similar set of features. Both have large E Ink displays and come with a stylus pen for writing on the screen, and both are marketed as paper replacement devices. They double as ereaders and digital notepads, unlike other ebook […]

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E Ink and Sony Create Linfiny to Develop E Ink Notebooks

Last week Digitimes posted an article about a new startup called Linfiny, a joint venture backed by E Ink and Sony. The article is hidden behind an annoying paywall but you can find it if you run a search for “Linfiny Digitimes”. Basically the article states that Linfiny, which was first started in April 2017, […]

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Sony DPT-RP1 Sheet Music

Sony DPT-RP1 Sheet Music Review (Video)

Some people have been asking about how the Sony DPT-RP1 fares when it comes to reading sheet music, so I uploaded a quick video demo showing a few different sheet music files in action. The Sony Digital Paper device supports PDF format only, and since you can often find sheet music in PDF format it […]

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Onyx Boox Max Carta on Sale; Sony DPT-RP1 Finally In Stock

In a battle between two 13.3-inch ereaders with E Ink Carta displays, the Onyx Boox Max Carta and Sony DPT-RP1 are currently selling for the same price (except the Max can be had for even less). The Max Carta has been going for $750 lately (and it still is on Amazon) but Banggood has it […]

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Sony Digital Paper Notes

Sony DPT-RP1 Digital Paper Notes and Handwriting Review (Video)

Last month I post a Sony DPT-RP1 review, but I wanted to do a follow-up review to give a closer look at the note-taking and handwriting features. The Sony DPT-RP1 is meant to be a paper replacement device, hence the name Digital Paper (which no one seems to call it). It’s designed mainly for reading […]

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Is the Sony DPT-RP1 the Future of eReaders?

I’ve had the Sony DPT-RP1 for six weeks now and I’m still amazed every time I pick it up by how thin and light it is—the device has such a unique feel to it—and the large 13.3-inch E Ink screen has an addicting quality that makes you want to use it all the time. The […]

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Sony DPT-RP1 Hacked to Run Android Apps (Video)

Some people are frustrated by how basic and locked down the software is on the new 13.3-inch Sony DPT-RP1. It can’t connect to the internet to download files or browse the web, it doesn’t support ebook formats or display mirroring, you can only transfer files using an app on a Mac or Windows computer, among […]

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