Our technology has come a long way, and although Apple Pencil does a pretty good job of converting our handwritten notes, it still can’t replace a good old piece of paper. The new reMarkable Paper Tablet thinks it can do even better. A 10.3-inch e-ink display provides plenty of room to work and a special coating creates extra friction to replicate the experience of writing on an actual piece of paper.

You won’t mistake the reMarkable tablet for an iPad though. The black and white display is made specifically for notetaking and sketches. It includes a special stylus that works at nearly every angle and has over 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity. This tablet is designed to replicate the paper experience first and foremost with other features coming second. Users can expect to store around 100,000 pages on the internal 8GB flash drive. Paper Tablet is available for pre-order today for $380 with an expected ship date of August 2017.

The paper tablet for people who prefer paper. Here to replace your notebooks, sketchbooks and printouts. Paper-like reading, writing and sketching with digital powers.We love paper, but compared to our digital devices it’s an island. Analogue. Disconnected. Limited. We are making paper digital, connected, limitless. With digital powers, paper becomes even more powerful. No tablet has fewer functionalities than reMarkable (you can quote us on that). Paper is the ultimate tool for thinking because it’s simple. We designed reMarkable to not get in your brain’s way. Get in the zone and stay there.

Source: reMarkable

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