More Videos Showing 10.3-inch reMarkable E Ink Tablet

ReMarkable Paper Tablet

The reMarkable paper tablet is a new 10.3-inch E Ink ereader and notepad that is getting set to launch in the next couple of months.

It supports PDF and ePub files, and it doubles as an electronic notebook and sketchpad, as it comes with a stylus pen that supports 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity.

They’ve recently added some new YouTube videos showing the reMarkable tablet in action.

There’s a video showing some of the reading and highlighting features, a video showing the notetaking capabilities, and another video demoing sketching and drawing.

Unfortunately the person in the videos writes so slow and deliberately that it’s hard to get a sense of the latency with the E Ink and stylus (that was probably intentional).

It will be interesting to see how the reMarkable’s notetaking and PDF capabilities compare to the new 13.3-inch Sony DPT-RP1.

The reMarkable’s software definitely has a lot more features, especially when it comes to writing and drawing, but it remains to be seen how well it actually works since the product hasn’t been released yet and considering it’s a 1st gen model. Hopefully some user reviews will start cropping up over the next couple of months. The first wave of orders are supposed to ship in August or September.

Reading & reviewing on reMarkable

Notetaking on reMarkable

Sketching on reMarkable

2 Responses to “More Videos Showing 10.3-inch reMarkable E Ink Tablet”

  1. Maybe if I could draw like that I would get one. Very nicely done…

  2. I really want to like this tablet, but the makers are being kind of vague about what it can and cannot do.

    A tablet for handwriting should have some form of text conversion so notes can be sucked into word-processors or emails – just like the way OneNote does it or the LiveScribe pen (via Evernote). Apparently this isn’t in the tablet – but they won’t say if it is planned.

    And it really should support multiple cloud platforms for syncing notes. The makers say it will sync with their cloud, but nothing about Dropbox, Amazon, OneDrive or the others out there.

    If it could be expanded to include these things, I would have one in a shot.