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Sony’s Beautiful E-Ink Tablet Made Me Feel Great Joy, Disappointing Frustration

If you’re a book worm, there’s a good chance you’ve upgraded to an e-ink device like Amazon’s Kindle to make it easier to wrangle your library. But what about the other paper you’re buried in? Will e-ink one day be a substitute for all the notepads and sticky notes strewn across your desk? Two companies want to replace every last scrap of paper in your life: reMarkable, whose tablet we reviewed last year, and Sony, whose Digital Paper tablet is a stunning piece of hardware that’s just a software overhaul away from becoming my perfect paper replacement. Read More >>

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Sony’s Digital Paper: A Bit Like Paper, a Lot Like £660

The holy grail of flexible electronics is a reading device that you can roll up and stuff in your pocket. And now, thanks to Sony and E-Ink, we're almost, sort of, kinda there. If you have $1,100 (£660) to spare. Read More >>