Sony was one of the first companies involved in the e-reader space. The Sony Librie came out in 2004 and used E Ink technology. Since then, the company released over ten different models in the ensuing years and bowed out of the commercial space in 2014 and migrated all of their customers to Kobo. Sony then started … [Read more...] about Should Sony start making e-readers again?
Sony is running a promotion for their Digital Paper line of e-readers. Starting today and ending October 13th the DPT-CP1 and DPT-RP1 will come with a free case when you purchase it from Amazon, B&H, Adorama & Best Buy. The case normally retails for $49 to $59 so the savings are solid if you want to protect … [Read more...] about The Sony Digital Paper now comes with a free case for a limited time
The Sony Digital Paper line of digital note taking devices are popular with professionals. It has one of the most responsive screens in the industry and does a really solid job at editing PDF files in landscape mode. There is a new solution that gives you the full Android 5.1.1 experience with Google Play and the … [Read more...] about The Sony DPT-RP1 and DPT-CP1 can now run Android apps
The Onyx Boox Note and Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 are two of the best 10.3 inch digital note taking devices on the market. Their key selling point is that they have an e-paper display and come with a stylus to edit PDF files and to freehand draw.The DPT-Cp1 features an E-Ink Carta display with a resolution of … [Read more...] about Onyx Boox Note vs Sony Digital Paper
Sony has just discounted the Digital Paper DPT-RP1 by $100 on Amazon Prime members and B&H. This is the first time they have ever run a promotion on this particular model. It is now the same price as the 9.7 inch Digital Paper DPT-CP1, that came out few months ago. Good e-Reader has also discounted the DPT-RP1 for … [Read more...] about Sony is running a sale on the Digital Paper DPT-RP1
The brand new Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 is the companies first 10.3 inch model and it is fairly comparable to the 13.3 inch version. It is running the exact same operating system and firmware, so there are no cool little features that make it distinctive. Sony primarily developed this model because they wanted a low … [Read more...] about Review of the Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1
Sony has just released their first 10.3 inch Digital Paper e-reader. The big draw about this device is that it is great at taking notes and drawing using the default app via the accompanied stylus. This is one of the best singular use products available and Sony has really refined the experience. Today, we have a new … [Read more...] about How does the Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 handle note taking?
The Sony Digital Paper has been on the market for a number of years and excelled at making digital notes and editing PDF files. The DPT series has always featured a giant 13.3 inch screen that was light as a feather, but was still rather large. The brand new Digital Paper DPT-CP1 has a 10.3 inch screen and is primarily … [Read more...] about Unboxing the brand new Sony DPT-CP1
Sony is going to be releasing a brand new firmware update for the second generation Digital Paper on May 30th. The company is also going to unveil a brand new Sony Digital Paper Mobile Application for Android and iOS in June.Notable Updates• Screen Capture/Display Output Mode—connect via PC or Mac to a … [Read more...] about Sony Digital Paper DPT-RP1 Firmware Update Available May 30th
The e-reader industry has standardized the six inch screen and every company in the world has a few models that are this size. This includes the Kindle Paperwhite, Barnes and Noble Nook Glowlight Plus and the upcoming Clara HD. Over the course of the past six years there has been a movement to increase the size of the … [Read more...] about Do you prefer small screen or large screen e-readers?
A few days ago we broke the story about the Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 release date in the United States. Sony had posted an Amazon listing that listed all of the hardware specs and included all of the key features. Within 24 hours of our news item going viral, Sony inexplicably removed the product from Amazon.The … [Read more...] about Sony removes Amazon listing for the 10.3 Digital Paper
Back in April Sony announced that they developed a smaller version of the Digital Paper e-Reader. In the past all of their digital note taking devices were 13.3 inches and the new DPT-CP1 is 10.3 inches. It is going to be available in Japan in early June and now we have a definitive release date for people who live in … [Read more...] about Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 Available June 21st in US