Sony Digital Paper second generation (DPT-RP1) has a screen resolution 1650 x 2200 pixels

Sony introduced a Digital Paper device the second generation (DPT-RP1). The size of the electrophoretic screen — the same as Digital Paper of the first generation (DPT-S1), that is 13.3 inches. However, the resolution is increased from 1200 × 1600 to 1650 x 2200 pixels. In the DPT-RP1 used with a screen E Ink Mobius on a flexible substrate, making the device thin and light. The thickness of the device is equal to 5.8 mm, weight — 345 g

Other improvements include the more accurate touch input, allowing you to make handwritten notes, as well as wireless connectivity to a PC.

The basis of the device is a 64-bit Quad-core Marvell. User accessible parallel viewing of two documents, annotate, zoom, search for model, and protection by encryption.

The configuration of the Digital Paper includes 16 GB of flash memory, which, according to the calculations of the manufacturer, enough to store thousands of documents in PDF format. To send the document to the memory of the Digital Paper, it is sufficient to use the function Print to Digital Paper in an office program or file menu. The list of interfaces Digital Paper includes Bluetooth, wifi and USB. Provides synchronization with Dropbox, Box and Google Docs. Without recharging the device battery can last up to three weeks.

In sale the novelty should appear in June for $700.

Source: Sony

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