B&H Photo sent me the about $700 Sony DPT-RP1 digital paper system to check out.
Wow! I liked the Amazon Kindle, but it was always way too tiny for me to be comfortable reading anything on it. The Sony DPT-RP1 would make reading really much more ergonomic and friendly in this 13.3 inch.
- 13.3" Flexible Electronic Paper Display
- 1650 x 2200 Screen Resolution
- Multi-Touch Support
- 16GB Storage Capacity
- Micro-USB Connector
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi Connectivity
- Secure Document Encryption
- Digital Paper App Supported
- Print to Digital Paper Option
- Stylus Pen Included
- 8.8 x 11.9 x 0.2 in / 22.4 x 30.2 x 0.5 cm
- Weight: 12.3 oz / 348.7 g
- The 13.3" e-paper display features a 1650 x 2200 resolution and a glare-free screen. You can also use the included stylus to annotate documents, jot down notes, and highlight important sentences. Download the Digital Paper App on your PC, and you'll be able to quickly sync PDF files to your Digital Paper. You can import a PDF in any language. You can also use a star or an asterisk as a mark.
I have no sketching skills, but I wrote “DIGLLOYD.com” and drew a happy face on the tablet below—that’s a real live digital paper screen, not some printout. It has no glare and is seen just as well in sunlight as in room lighting.