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Sony DPT-RP1 Finally Getting Software Update to Add New Features

Sony has started sending out emails to owners of the Sony DPT-RP1 with details about a new upcoming firmware update. They’re also going to be releasing new mobile apps for Android and iOS to transfer files to and from the Digital Paper device without having to use a computer. The firmware update will be available […]

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Sony PRS-350 Still a Nice Pocketable eBook Reader

Last fall I posted about how we need more options for small pocket-sized ebook readers. Everything available on the current market has a screen size of 6-inches and up. There used to be a number of smaller ebook readers available with 5-inch screens. There was even one with a 4.3-inch screen, the Pyrus Mini. But […]

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10.3-inch Sony DPT-CP1 Now Available to Pre-Order on Amazon

Sony’s latest Digital Paper device has already turned up for pre-order. The 10.3-inch Sony DPT-CP1 has a list price of $599 at Amazon. That’s $100 less than its bigger brother, the 13.3-inch Sony DPT-RP1. Sony’s new ereader is expected to get released on June 21st, which just so happens to be one day past the […]

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New 10.3-inch Sony DPT-CP1 PDF Reader Coming in June

Sony has a new Digital Paper device listed on their Sony Japan website called the Sony DPT-CP1. It’s basically a 10.3-inch version of the 13.3-inch Sony DPT-RP1 that was released in June 2017. This new model is expected to get released in early June in Japan, and if last year is any indication it could […]

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Will Sony DPT-RP1 Ever Get Improved Software?

It’s hard to believe that Sony’s latest 13.3-inch E Ink PDF reader, the Sony DPT-RP1, has been out for over 9 months now. What’s even harder to believe is the fact that Sony still hasn’t issued a single software update to address the lack of common software features on their second-generation digital paper device. Soon […]

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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 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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