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The paper tablet.
A digital notebook designed for tasks that demand focus
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Paper-like handwriting, typing, and reading
Convert your handwritten notes to typed text
View, sync, and refine on the go using our apps
All your notes, organized and in one place
2 weeks of battery life
"Today, the reMarkable 2 leans even farther into being a productivity tool with the new Type Folio keyboard case accessory, which replaces its on-screen keyboard with a physical one."
"Things work so well, you’ll likely find yourself charmed by the ease of it all. I certainly was."
"With its impeccable hardware and robust software, the ReMarkable 2 is our favorite paper tablet on the market."
"The Remarkable 2 is still our favourite E-Ink tablet for just how well it nails the core note-taking experience whilst managing to keep things simple and approachable for all."
"It’s the best I’ve seen in a non-LCD device and I applaud reMarkable’s work here."
As close to paper as it gets
reMarkable’s virtually instant response and textured surface make for an unprecedented writing experience.
Designed for focus
Free from distractions, you can find the focus you need to think better. No pop-up ads, notifications, or social media — just you and your thoughts.
Handwrite or type notes
Take handwritten notes with your Marker, write longer texts with the new Type Folio, or seamlessly switch between the two. All on the same flexible page with Free Create.
Convert handwritten notes to text
Easily convert handwritten notes to typed text. Move your converted notes into other notebooks or refine, expand, and share them.
Supports 33 languages
Converts cursive and block letters
Share by email or upload to cloud services
Create your own setup with virtually unlimited pages. Use folders and tags to keep all your notes and documents organized and easy to find.
Access, sync, and store files with cloud storage services
Our most powerful accessory yet
Introducing type folio, experience focused typing on remarkable 2. the convenience of a slim, tactile keyboard. the protection of a stylish cover., combine typing and handwriting.
Tactile keyboard, sturdy protection
Fixed positions for focused work
Snaps into place. No charging or cables
An eye-friendly reading experience
Comfortably read PDFs or ebooks for hours on end without backlight, glare, or eye strain.
Easily make notes on your documents
Read and review reports and presentations by writing your thoughts directly onto the page - or add a blank one if ideas really start to flow. Signing PDFs and taking notes while reading has never been easier.
Drag and drop file transfer
Readable in sunlight
PDF and ebook (ePub) support
Send content to your reMarkable with a click
Save Microsoft Word docs, PowerPoint presentations, or web articles to your paper tablet as PDFs for when you have time to focus. All it takes is a click with our Read on reMarkable extension.
Take focused notes anywhere
Capture ideas using our mobile and desktop apps on your preferred devices. Add new thoughts on the go, or pick up where you left off. Tap into a distraction-free workspace, anywhere.
Get access to mobile and desktop note-taking with a Connect subscription.
A visualization powertool
Paper is great for visualizing and problem solving. Powerful digital tools like undo, erase, and move make reMarkable even better.
Resize and move
Copy and paste
Share your ideas. Live.
Share your ideas directly on a big screen or in video meetings. Turn your paper tablet into the perfect digital whiteboard and write, draw, and demonstrate tricky concepts live with Screen Share.
The second-generation CANVAS display
A breakthrough technology.
We’ve spent six years developing technology that mimics the tactile nature and immediate response of paper. Qualities that make paper a simple, yet powerful and flexible tool for thinking. The result is the second-generation CANVAS display. Twice as fast as its predecessor.
- A paper-like surface
- Incredible responsiveness
- Minimal pen-to-ink distance
- Crisp black ink
reMarkable 2 looks and feels like paper. A combination of cutting edge digital paper technology and ultra-thin high-friction surface materials, allows the second-generation CANVAS display to deliver an unprecedented paper experience.
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Fast and precise pen strokes for a more paper-like feel. The second-generation CANVAS display’s low latency technology gives reMarkable 2 previously unheard of responsiveness and precision.
Digital writing can often be a challenge due to the perceived vertical distance between pen tip and digital ink. We’ve minimized this distance to make the writing experience as close to pen and paper as possible.
Ink that responds to pressure and feels natural. The second-generation CANVAS display actually transfers ink particles to the surface when you write. As you move the Marker, 4096 levels of pressure give you precise control over your work.
Functionality, the world's thinnest tablet.
At just 4.7 mm / 0.19 in, reMarkable 2 is the world's thinnest tablet. This is essential to providing a more paper-like writing experience.
Thinner is better for writing
Paper-thin design for comfortable handwriting and focused typing.
Thinner is better for your bag
Replace your notebooks with a device thin enough to take anywhere.
Keep your reMarkable safe
Created with function and style in mind, all Folios are made from fine materials and designed to fit your reMarkable 2 perfectly.
Comfortable, focused typing in a breathtakingly slim profile.
Sturdy protection for your paper tablet, even while you work.
The original sleeve for reMarkable with a separate Marker pocket.
Responsive. Precise. Hassle-free.
Designed to deliver just the right friction and draw digital ink on reMarkable with incredibly low lag, Marker and Marker Plus are inseparable from the paper-like experience. Exceptionally precise tools, down to the smallest details.
No charging or setup required
Attaches to reMarkable magnetically
Tilt and pressure sensitive
reMarkable for your team
At reMarkable, we create paperless, organized, and focused workplaces.
Make reMarkable 2 part of your business for better meetings, uncluttered desks, and improved workflow.
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- The reMarkable paper tablet - a digital device for writing, reading & sketching that feels like paper.
- No other tablet in the world gives you an experience so close to paper as reMarkable.
- Here to replace your notebooks, printouts and documents. A groundbreaking device that changes how people work.
- Super low latency, 226 DPI CANVAS display. You've never experienced anything like the CANVAS display.
- In the box: reMarkable, Marker, 8 extra Marker tips and charging cable. Original reMarkable Folio (sleeve) NOT included.
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4 Best E-Ink Digital Paper Tablets of 2023
Tablets that use electronic ink (or “e-ink”) displays win big over the sort of screens used in iPads or other multi-use tablets, especially when it comes to reading and writing.
Studies have suggested that, because reading on an e-ink screen is more like reading on paper, heavy use causes significantly lower levels of eye strain, as well as better levels of recall for the information being read!
An e-ink display reads like ordinary paper by reflecting ambient light.
This is because e-ink displays work differently than traditional screens. Rather than individual glowing pixels that beam light to your eyes, an e-ink screen uses special bubble-like capsules that have different micro-particles within them, of different colors on different sides of the capsule sphere.
By applying an electrical charge, the capsule flips, and the color it displays can be switched. This technology means that an e-ink display reads like ordinary paper by reflecting ambient light, uses zero power when not updating, and can hold an image more or less indefinitely!
Because of these features, e-ink devices generally have incredible battery life and work far better than devices like iPads for extensive reading or note-taking. With the latest designs improving on e-ink technology, with increased durability and greatly reduced cost, it seems likely that this technology will be the way of the future for many types of devices across the market.
What matters most to me when I’m looking at buying a new piece of tech is how well it functions for daily use. It doesn’t really matter how awesome the hardware is if the design and the implementation don’t follow through. I try to focus on the specifics that matter most to me, offering a user-eye view of the products on the market.
Supernote A5X & A6X
The Supernote products by Ratta have remained at the top of my list for two simple reasons: communication and innovation. Supernote provides extremely robust community interaction through their Reddit community, and their devices are extremely solid both in physical design and in terms of the feature progression of the software.
What I want, when I buy a device, is to know that the company stands behind that device.
Ratta has continued to develop new software features for its older, Linux-based Supernote series at the same time as they’ve forged ahead with the more powerful and feature-dense products in the “X” line, such as the Supernote A5X and Supernote A6X (which feature their own Android build). What I want, when I buy a device, is to know that the company stands behind that device, and that’s what Ratta has shown they can do.
The Supernote offers a plethora of powerful features, but the highlights are the following:
- “Paperlike” sensation while writing. There’s a special film on the screen that creates resistance and really gives a pleasant writing experience. It’s not really like writing on paper, but it’s a thousand times better than writing on an iPad screen.
- Ceramic pens, which means that the pen nib never runs down.
- Physical page refresh bar that clears ghosting with a flick of your thumb.
- Full support for Dropbox integration (with manual syncing).
- Advanced features like handwritten note searching, bookmarking, and more.
- Supports Amazon Kindle (and also has its own in-built eReader software). This is cool because you can read library books through Kindle’s Overdrive and Libby integration.
- Supports Microsoft Word documents! What originally sold me on the Supernote. It’s great being able to work on important documents wherever I am, then I can quickly sync when I get home and keep working on my desktop. Even more exciting is that Word Documents can be proofread using pen strokes!
- Bluetooth keyboards are supported (just make sure to get a higher-end one that supports low-latency BT 5.0.
- Pressure-sensitivity, low-latency writing and drawing, and layers for drawing .
- Full PDF support and good annotation features, including functional highlighting (that is colored when transferred out).
- Handwriting to type conversion.
- 4+ days of battery life with moderate to heavy usage.
Honestly, the feature list is superb, and their team is still actively working to improve and expand what this little device can do.
Differences between the Supernote A6X and Supernote A5X
The biggest difference between the two models is size: the A6X is 7.8 inches and the A5X is 10.3. But the technology behind the A5X screen is also better, using a more modern plastic screen design that dramatically increases the durability of the device. This isn’t to say that I fear for the well-being of my A6X — it’s a sturdy build, with a strong plastic frame that feels robust, especially inside its leather folio. This is an important thing to be aware of, however. For both ease of access to larger documents and better device longevity, I recommend grabbing the A5X. If you really want the smaller A6X, you’ll be happy, as long as smaller really is what you want.
There are only a few cons to this device from my perspective. - It's not cheap, coming in at around $400 for the A6X and $600 for the A5X. That’s a bit pricey. And since the return policy doesn’t allow for open returns there is no way to send it back if you try it and find that you don’t like it. - Some features need improvement, especially the Anti-aliasing (how smooth the drawing looks) and further filtering. It’s fine on the device but printed out the edges look blocky. As of July 2021, the team was aware of this and had major updates planned to fix this in the future. - It would be nice if the device had an unlimited canvas feature. - More Android apps will be supported in the future, but aren’t yet integrated.
The Quirklogic Papyr is an absolutely brilliant device by a company that has long had its feet in the e-ink industry, albeit with a professional-scale product that, at 44 inches, isn’t going to be finding a home outside of a business.
The Papyr, however, at a perfect 13 inches, is ideal for anyone who needs a digital canvas on which to work and collaborate. And that’s where Papyr shines; collaboration.
The Papyr utilizes innovative software to bring the collaborative experience to life through the following major features: - Unlimited canvas. Documents in the Papyr can be placed onto an endless canvas that’s perfect for large-scale collaboration. Toss in whatever you want, write, draw, add images and documents, and see it all on one gigantic whiteboard. This space can be a collaborative project as well, viewable by others through the Papyr app. - Cross-platform real-time annotation that functions forwards and backwards . You can add a comment (or drawing, or whatever) in the Papyr and anyone with access to the document will see it instantly. They can also add to the document and their additions will be instantly viewable. This is a multi-platform option, so users with an iPad, for instance, can collaborate with the Papyr user. - Linked to Google Drive. With easy syncing options, it’s possible to maintain your workflow through the Google suite without having to deal with proprietary roadblocks. This is a huge win for modern teams. - Claims that it offers up to four weeks of battery life, actual under heavy usage is a lower, but still impressive.
How does it hold up?
This is absolutely my recommendation if you’re working on collaboration-specific projects, where the need to interface with teams and work on shared documents is paramount. If you don’t need to prioritize that, you should probably go for either the Supernote if you want something better for e-reading as well as writing, or the reMarkable if you basically want a digital paper replacement.
The Quirklogic Papyr also has incredible quality when it comes to exporting drawings and text, something you don’t get from the Supernote (at least not yet).
The reMarkable made huge waves for being an e-ink device that gave buyers an experience that really felt like writing on paper.
With the reMarkable 2, major design updates provide a writing experience that is so crisp it’s hard to believe and a slowly evolving feature set that makes this one of the best paper journal replacements on the market.
The main thing to be aware of with the reMarkable 2 is that “paper journal replacement” is the most accurate descriptor. reMarkable wanted to create a note-taking experience that provided the benefits of technology without any of technology’s normal distractions. That means that it does what it was designed to do very, very well, but it doesn’t really do that much else.
The reMarkable 2 is a great device for writing but its reading features lag behind, and so far it only supports PDF files that are manually imported into the device. With no other connectivity features to speak of, it’s aiming to be the top of a very select and specialty market, ruling the roost of its own small kingdom.
The big takeaway?
I wanted to love the reMarkable 2 so much when I first learned about it, but the steep price tag doesn’t come with an equally steep feature list, nor does it come with the sort of interaction from the company that you see from Ratta with Supernote or with QuirkLogic for the Paypr.
There was also a suggestion a while ago, documented by My Deep Guide, that the company might be moving to a subscription model for some features , which is a major downside.
I’d still highly recommend this product for those who want the specific writing experience that reMarkable 2 offers which is, pardon the pun, remarkable. It’s about as close to actually writing on paper as you can get, and the response time and incredibly slick physical design are a treat.
It is, certainly, not a tablet replacement, and it's hard to say how likely it is to take off since it necessitates carrying around yet another object on top of the normal electronics, but it does represent the current peak in digital paper technology.
BOOX Nova 3 Color
BOOX is known for creating excellent e-readers and e-notebooks, but they’re the first modern company to release a colorized e-ink tablet that allows for writing. It’s incredibly exciting because the color screen is the future of e-ink devices since most devices on the market are grayscale only.
The pros of the BOOX Nova 3 Color are obvious: - Color e-ink screen - Wide range of features and apps. BOOX has consistently tried to offer a traditional tablet replacement, with this color model being their largest step toward that goal.
But the cons are clear as well. The pen is somewhat simplistic and the overall experience of drawing and writing isn’t that special. It’s definitely not a paper-like writing experience, offering little to recommend it over more traditional tablets. Some of the physical design elements are likewise behind the curve of modern e-ink devices. There are also some general issues with the way the new screen functions and how well it works with its underlying hardware.
But should I buy it?
It depends. Do you really want a color screen? If that’s what matters most to you, and you need it now, this is worthwhile. But if it’s that important, looking outside e-ink is still probably your best bet. The BOOX Nova 3 (non-color) is a more solid option that handles the resources of the hardware better than its colorized cousin.
But, that said, what BOOX has done is offer the first step in revolutionizing modern e-ink expectations, and this device isn’t “bad”. I wouldn’t go for it necessarily on the fact that it’s color alone, but it does seem to promise the color screen may become a more normal part of this industry in the near future.
In the 1970s, Nick Sheridon made a breakthrough while working at Xerox’s Palo Alto laboratory.