Recently announced reMarkable Paper Tablet is designed to replace your notebook, sketches, and documents. The reMarkable is essentially a giant E Ink tablet that offers a convincing real paper look and feels. It doesn’t have an app store or browser, so no tweeting or checking Instagram –  only reading, writing or sketching.



The tablet comes with 10.3-inch “Canvas” digital paper display without glass part. The tablet’s capacitive touch screen also has an industry-low 55ms latency. The screen is partially powered by E Ink Carta technology, and it is virtually unbreakable.

The company is highlighting the “ultra high fiction” materials used on display to allow it to feel like writing on actual paper, alongside propriety low-latency technology for quickly updating the screen. Unlike the conventional tablets it only displays ebooks, PDFs, and documents, allowing you to annotate them, or serve as a blank notebook for writing or sketching.

The stylus pen supports 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. This stylus doesn’t feature any battery to charge or Bluetooth for pairing. The device has 8GB of internal storage space and 512MB of RAM. The tablet runs a custom Linux-based operating system optimized for low-latency epaper. The tablet is powered by an ARM A9 processor clocked at just 1GHz.

You can sync all of your notes and drawings via Wi-Fi. And it also offers services and access them on your Mac, IOS, and Android devices. The 3,000mAh battery can make the device to last for more than a few days.

reMarkable Paper Tablet Specs

  • 3-inch E-ink display
  • 1,872×1,404 pixel resolution
  • 226 DPI
  • 55ms Touch screen response latency
  • Linux-based Codex OS
  • ARM A9 processor
  • 512MB of RAM
  • 8GB internal storage
  • No expandable storage
  • Wi-Fi
  • 3,000mAh battery capacity

reMarkable Paper Tablet Price

The reMarkable Paper Tablet is available for pre-order now with a pen, case, and free shipping for just $379, a 47 percent discount off. Pre-orders expected to ship in the August of 2017. However the intended retail price of $716 for the complete set of the $529 tablet, $79 pen and $79 folio case.