Despite the popularity of tablets, there are many people who are not comfortable with this type of device and affirm that they prefer to use paper to work. With the aim of satisfying this group of users, reMarkable, a tablet with a multi-day battery that is intended to replace paper.
As you can see in the video that we show you later, reMarkable is a tablet with a fairly acceptable size if we consider that the idea is to use it to read, write and draw. Regarding its technical characteristics, the tablet It has a 10.3-inch screen and a resolution of 1872 × 1404 pixels. Also, It has 8GB of storage, 512MB of RAM and a 1GHz processor.
But, What is the difference from the rest of tablets From the market? As you may have imagined, the main difference is that while these devices use displays based on LCD technology, reMarkable uses a paper-based display (similar to that of devices like the Kindle) that It promises a shine-free and friction-free experience when using the touch function. Considering her approach, it is evident that she is not prepared for the use of social networks or video games. Instead, the idea is that we use it to read, write and make sketches as if it were paper.
At this point we cannot deny the potential of the device, which will draw the attention of many of you. If you found it interesting, reMarkable is marketed from September of this year for a price (temporary offer) of 429 dollars for the pack that includes the tablet, the case and a special pen for use with the device. We leave you with the video: