Sony has launched a high-end tablet targeted at businesses, which allows users to annotate and draw on documents on an e-Ink screen.
The company is pitching the Digital Paper device as a solution for increasing productivity and streamlining collaboration in paper-heavy environments. It’s targeting the legal and higher education sectors, along with corporate boards and government agencies, as potential clients.
Digital Paper has a 13.3-inch display that offers full-screen views of PDF documents in a letter-sized format. The text is sharp and easy to read, according to Sony, with graphics of comparable quality to printed documents or notepads. The tablet includes a touch panel that lets users navigate the menu or move to other pages by touching the screen.
Users can convert Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel files to PDF format to view and annotate on Digital Paper. It includes WiFi and USB connectivity.
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