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Large eReader Comparison

Onyx Boox N96 vs Sony DPT-RP1 vs Remarkable Comparison (Video)

I recently decided to get a 9.7-inch Onyx Boox N96ML to see how it compares with the 13.3-inch Sony DPT-RP1 and 10.3-inch Remarkable. Each device has its own particular strengths and weaknesses, but they share a number of similar features. All three have large E Ink displays, all support PDF format, and each comes with […]

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Sony DPTA-RTP1 10 Replacement Pom Tips

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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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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PDF eReader Comparison

Size and PDF Comparison: Sony DPT-RP1, Kobo Aura One, Kindle (Video)

Some people were wondering how the Kobo Aura One with KOReader compares with the Sony DPT-RP1 when it comes to reading PDFs. KOReader helps enhance the Aura One by adding more features for PDFs than the stock software offers, but it can’t do much to make up for the smaller screen size. The 7.8-inch screen […]

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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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