Quirklogic has just announced that they have developed a new 13.3 inch e-note, that is based on the Sony Digital Paper DPT-RP1 design. Inspired by its larger, 42” counterpart, Quilla, Papyr offers all of the same interactive capabilities for capturing, storing and managing your thoughts, ideas, notes and critical information, in a compact, portable size to take and use wherever you go. The paper-like surface and large 13” display make the digital writing experience feel as natural as writing on a piece of paper.
The Quirklogic Papyr features a 13.3 inch E INK Carta HD display with a resolution of 2200 x 1650 and 207 PPI. Underneath the hood is a Marvell IAP140 64-bit Quad-core IoT Applications Processor and ARM Cortex-A53 CPU, up to 1.2GHz, and has a separate power low-power Cortex M3. It has 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.
We are thrilled to be expanding our product offering to include a 13” personal device,” said Nashir Samanani, CEO of QuirkLogic. “Papyr truly captures the essence of writing on paper, with all the power that digital technology has to offer.” Nashir explains, “We’ve seen tremendous interest from those impacted by the pandemic and looking for solutions to support their distributed teams and remote learners. Our collaboration technology has helped bridge that gap with tools that can integrate into their digital workflow. It allows everyone to continue to stay engaged and connected, providing an effective solution for any in-room, remote or hybrid environment.”
Papyr is available now for online purchase at https://www.quirklogic.com/products/papyr with a limited time promotional offer of $200 off, so it is retailing for $499 USD.
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