reMarkable – the Paper Tablet – 10.3″ Digital Notepad and E-reader, Ultra Low Latency Glare-free Touchscreen Display, Wi-Fi, June 2018 Software

June 6, 2019 - Comment

The reMarkable paper tablet – a digital device for writing, reading & sketching that feels like paper.Here to replace your notebooks, printouts and documents. A groundbreaking device that changes how people work.No other tablet in the world gives you an experience so close to paper as reMarkable.Super low latency, 226 DPI CANVAS display. You’ve never

The reMarkable paper tablet – a digital device for writing, reading & sketching that feels like paper.
Here to replace your notebooks, printouts and documents. A groundbreaking device that changes how people work.
No other tablet in the world gives you an experience so close to paper as reMarkable.
Super low latency, 226 DPI CANVAS display. You’ve never experienced anything like the CANVAS display.

Product Features

  • reMarkable – The Paper Tablet – 10.3″ Digital Notepad E-Reader

Comments

Anonymous says:

Way too glitchy to justify $550 price tag I love it when it works, but when it doesn’t it’s a pain.It’s great to write on, files are easy to organize, I love how it looks and feel, and it’s light and mobile.Great, but it also 1) freezes, 2) crashes, and 3) loses half your pages. (My background: I use this to store pdfs (research articles, short stories, sheet music) and to write (notes for research, stories, etc.))1) Freezing: happens at least once a day, usually when it’s been on for a while because I was working on it. I end up having to restart it.2) Crashing: happens about once a day. I used to use the reMarkable for sheet music but had to stop when it started crashing in the middle of a song.3) Losing half your pages: Everything until this point would have earned the reMarkable 4 stars, but this is by far the most DISAPPOINTING feature. There is some issue with the Cloud feature. Technically, I’m supposed to be able to use the reMarkable app on my laptop to export any file…

Anonymous says:

Didn’t live up to what the marketing made it out to be… I was one of the early adopters of this tablet, and was quite excited while waiting for the final product to be shipped. Paid and waited 8 months prior to release.Hardware:- The casing seemed sturdy, but as I shifted the tablet from one side to the other, I could hear a big clunk noise – as if the ‘internals’ were loose inside. Yet the tablet continued t work.- The pen response was not quite as fast as they advertise. There is the typical pen to visible text delay, but not a big deal to deal with,- The folio case was nice and looked slick.- The display was terrible. As you browsed through options, you would see a shadow of the existing page being under-layered as a shadow to the current window. Got annoying.Software:- The overall experience is pretty responsive and neat.- Navigation is super confusing and takes some getting used to- Fairly quick, but does get laggy at times- Wasn’t able to detect a few WiFi…

Anonymous says:

They have a very long way to go. This product is an electronic notepad and NOTHING MORE. It does not even serve well as an old school, out dated e-reader. Yes, you can download documents or books. And, you can also write on the documents. You can also make a to-do list, but don’t expect to do much more than that. If the font in your document is a little small to read, too bad because if you want to increase it you will only be able to zoom from 100% to 150%, which makes much of the page no visible to read. You can only read a few words of each sentence. If you want to read the second half of the zoomed sentence you will have to reload the page but now select the right half of the page to be zoomed, there is no ability to slide or scroll over within the document. So, if you think you can read the left half of a bunch of sentences on your page and then reload the right half of the page (which takes a few seconds) and your genius enough to make sense of that, then go for it )or buy a pair of binoculars). If you…

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