The Sony Digital Paper line of digital note taking devices are getting a bit long in the tooth and it has been a few years since they have been refreshed. Sony is planning on releasing new models this year and they have severely discounted the 13.3 and 10.3 inch models. The Digital Paper DPT-RP1 has received a $100 price slash and can be picked up for $598. The DPT-CP1, the 10.3 inch variant is the lowest it has ever been, it can be purchased for $398.00. Both of these deals on on the main Amazon.com website and are for US residents only.
These Sony devices are primarily aimed at creative professionals who need to take notes and edit PDF files. You can flex your inner artist with the accompanied stylus, and the built quality is pretty high. On the downside the stylus needs to be charged every few weeks and the Digital Paper can only read PDF, and cannot open ebooks or run apps.
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