The 'reMarkable' Paper Tablet Uses an 'E-Ink' Display

 - Dec 5, 2016
References: getremarkable & theverge
The reMarkable paper tablet has a lofty goal for a piece of technology: it hopes to allow people to entirely eliminate its analogue predecessor. The tablet, which uses an adaptive and responsive 'E-Ink' display, aims to replace paper entirely for people who often use sketchbooks and notebooks.

Anyone who has used an e-reader will be familiar with E-Ink displays, which are matte screens that allow people to read for long periods of time without the brightness issues of standard screens. But while e-readers are solely for reading, the reMarkable paper tablet allows users to jot down and store notes and sketches as well.

Beyond the simple act of writing, reMarkable's screen's consistency and its specialized writing implement are purposely designed to mimic the friction and feel of writing on paper.