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Mark Peters : May 26th 2017 - 21:16 CET

Sony Digital Paper with wireless technology

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SonySecond generation digital paper comes with new technology : The 2017 model of Sony’s Digital Paper gives users a better document reading, annotating and note-taking experience. New technology updates include an easier-to-read high-resolution display, a more responsive touch panel, precise handwritten note-taking capabilities and wireless document transfer to a Personal Computer or Mac - all packaged in a sleek new design. Digital Paper’s 16GB internal memory lets users carry up to 10,000 PDF documents on the world’s thinnest (0.23 inches) and lightest (12.3 ounces) device in its class, about the weight of 60 pieces of letter-sized paper. It enables up to 3 weeks use on a single charge using rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.
Sony digital paper

Sony Digital Paper
Digital Paper’s higher-resolution E-Ink Mobius display delivers clear sharp text. Mobius is a new display that uses flexible TFT technology better suited for large format ePaper devices, allowing designers to create a rugged, lightweight screen.

The glare-free, paper-like display is great for longer-term immersive reading, even in direct sunlight. Digital Paper’s 13.3 inch (1650 x 2200 dots) screen displays full-size views of 8.5-by 11-inch documents so users can avoid scrolling or zooming to read a full page.

Since its introduction, Sony Digital Paper has become an indispensable document reading and note-taking tool for professors, researchers, PhDs and graduate students in varied science and technology disciplines. It is also used extensively by legal, financial and medical professionals.

Satisfaction among owners of Sony’s Digital Paper is high, with more than 80% of users noting they would recommend Digital Paper to a colleague, according to a Sony survey. The electronic device also consistently receives positive user ratings on many popular and commonly viewed electronics retail websites.

Sony DPT-RP1

Sony DPT-RP1
Sony Digital Paper (model: Sony DPT-RP1) gives users the 'feel' of pen on paper through a new non-slip panel, useful when highlighting, annotating or erasing on any document.

Users can rest their palm on the screen as they write - just like with paper - while taking handwritten notes and keeping digital records for future reference. Annotations and hand-written notes are automatically saved to the internal memory.

Digital paper

Digital Paper Wireless technology
Sony Digital Paper companion app on a PC or Mac allows two-way transfer of single or multiple files to and from Digital Paper via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or USB. It also enables auto sync and document sharing from widely used document management services such as Dropbox, Box and Google Docs.

The “Print to Digital Paper” function lets users print from any Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or PDF document. Simply select Digital Paper as the printer option and send from a Windows 10 PC or Mac to Digital Paper via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or USB.

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