Sony has launched a new tablet, the DPT-RP1 digital paper tablet. The company fronts this tablet as a solution to the paper clutter to office workers.
The 13.3-inched e-ink display, with a 1659×2200 dots, is said to replicate and give you that traditional paper feel and look. The tablet non-slip panel comes with a digital pen for a fully functional digital paper tablet.
For all its glory, the DPT-RP1 has one major limitation, it currently only works with PDF documents. That also means it cannot work as an eBook reader, and it is not a fully functioning tablet.
The following is the description Sony used to describe the DPT-RP1:
High contrast display with no backlight for comfortable reading, even outdoors.
Low power consumption; rechargeable battery last up to 3 weeks on a single charge
Connect via Wi-Fi and easily configure to interface with document repositories and/or servers.
Generous storage; internal memory of 4GB coupled with slot that accommodates Micro SD card.
Large 13.3” display preservers a full, letter-size page …read more
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