Equipped with a generous 13.3-inch display, the DPT-RP1 uses electronic ink to save battery
If you think that the tablet cannot replace the classic block of paper yet, Sony is now trying to convince you with a new project, the DPT-RP1. Equipped with a generous 13.3-inch display with a resolution of 1650 x 2200 pixels, the DPT-RP1 exploits the technology of electronic ink to guarantee performance that is completely similar to paper. Obviously only in black and white, but this guarantees considerable energy savings. The digital ink then allows us to keep what we have written on the page without consuming energy thanks to the overlay. The pixels are where we traced them but the battery is practically inactive.
Very thin, according to Sony the DPT-RP1 it has a body similar to that of a paper block of thirty pages and of course a pen is also included. Finally, an app called Digital Paper allows us to transform our notes into practical pdf files to be saved in the cloud or locally but also to modify websites and documents so that they can be viewed on the tablet.
Thought for now only for Japan, the DPT-RP1 will be launched on the market on 5 June a80 thousand yen, about 680 euros, a figure that immediately places it at the top end of the market, the one reserved for professionals.