Sony DPT-RP1/B Digital Paper
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- World's thinnest, lightest letter-size tablet device: as thin as 30 sheets of paper.
- Projected capacitive touchscreen allows for “pencil or pen style” writing and erasing with provided stylus.
- High contrast and no glare, so text can be read clearly even in bright sunlight.
- Easy drag & drop transfer of documents via USB or wireless (Wi-Fi or Bluetooth) with Digital Paper app installed on your PC or Mac.
- Rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides up to three weeks use on a single charge. 16GB internal memory provides storage for approximately 10,000 PDF files.
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Thin, lightweight design
Take it everywhere. It’s about the thickness of 30 pieces of paper and weighs just 12.3oz.
13.3” (diagonal) high contrast, ePaper display
The high-resolution display delivers clear sharp text that reads like paper outdoors.
Enjoy easy, long-term reading— even outdoors.
Highlight, annotate or erase on any document like it’s pen on paper. Even make hand-written notes with smooth, crisp writing.
PC/Mac companion app
Easily transfer documents to and from your Digital Paper to your PC/Mac. It also automatically syncs all of your files.
The Digital Paper App for DPT-RP1 is supported by the following operating systems:
Window 32 bit and 64 bit- Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 7 Home Premium (SP1 and later), Windows 7 Professional (SP1 and later), Windows 7 Ultimate (SP1 and later).
Mac OS X- 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite).
** Linux is currently not supported.
Transfer documents with ease using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth wireless technology.
Auto folder sync
Automatically sync content from cloud services to Digital Paper.
Prevent unauthorized access to Digital Paper content with password protection and 128 bit encryption technology.
Long battery life
Enjoy up to three weeks of use on a single charge.
16GB internal memory
Enough room to store close to 10,000 PDF files.
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Sony’s digital paper for industries that generate large quantities of documents during routine operations. Professors, researchers in higher education prefer its large screen size which accommodates 8.5” by 11” documents for reading and handwriting. Provided stylus is just like ink or pencil on paper. Read and annotate documents, then share wirelessly via Bluetooth, wifi, or through the provided USB cable.
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1) The EULA - Sony very much oversteps with the EULA, disallowing opt out for data collection and providing themselves with permission to collect data not just from the Digital Paper itself but also from any device connected to the Digital Paper. The Digital Paper requires connection to a PC to operate (only way to load documents into the DP), meaning that Sony has effectively given itself permission to mine unspecified data from my PC and use it without any real restrictions, including expressly permitting themselves to share my data with unspecified third parties.
2) The battery life - Sony advertises "up to 3 weeks" of battery on a single charge, for a device specifically marketed toward professionals in industries where document viewing is typically heavy, yet their conditions for battery testing to make that claim were 60 minutes of viewing for up to 30 pages of text and 1 minute of stylus use per day with the wifi and bluetooth features turned off. In actuality, a battery charge lasts about 2 days with reasonably heavy use of both the screen and the stylus for marking up documents and taking notes with wifi connected to allow transfer of documents.
3) The device itself - the only reason this device has gotten better than a 1 star from me is that the device itself is pretty awesome. It definitely reduces eye strain. It's weighs less than a legal pad and is about the same size (slightly wider). The stylus is very responsive, making the device useful for hand-written annotations and note taking. I've been much more productive since purchasing this device and really think there is a market for such machines, though it is a bit pricey for the limited functionality. If it weren't for the misleading battery life statement and the serious overreach of the EULA, I'd give this device 5 stars.
I can adjust my work patterns to make sure the device is charged daily, and with a virtual machine running the software, it is possible to limit Sony's data grab, but seriously, Sony, bad show. This device feels like something a team of engineers poured their best efforts into only to have the legal team cut them off at the knees and marketing promise more than the device could deliver.
I absolutely love this product! A must buy for anyone who work with papers or books!
(I will update my review after using the new DPT-RP1 for next few weeks. )
The cover is not shipped even thought I pre-ordered it. Talked to the customer service and they have no idea when it's going to be available. I do need to carry around mine so I don't want it to go naked. I ended up cancelling the order and turned to B&H.
The one star I take off is because of the stylus. It works great but it gets consumed pretty fast as well. True I got excited about this product and wrote a bunch of stuff yesterday. But how much can I write within 24 hours ... the tip of the stylus already shows obvious signs just like the tip of a pencil. It seems the tip needs to be replaced pretty often.
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