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reMarkable Paper Tablet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews of reMarkable Paper Tablet. The average rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers really like the reliability and battery. The usability and portability are also mentioned favorably. Many are less positive about the performance and price, and reviews are divided on the screen.

design, portability, usability, battery, reliability

price, performance

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the reMarkable Paper Tablet is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by (stuff.tv)

ReMarkable Tablet review

 

The digital paper tab that you'd happily scrap your sketchbook for

Fantastic feel for fans of paper ; Straightforward UI ; doubles as a (basic) eBook reader

LCD-based rivals are just as quick, and more flexible ; Crikey, it’s costly ; No backlight

A unique concept that’s fantastic to sketch on, but the ReMarkable is undeniably expensive. An iPad Pro might not feel much like paper, but it’s a whole lot more flexible.

Sep, 2017

Expert review by : Kyle Wiggers (digitaltrends.com)

ReMarkable tablet review

 

Screen feels like paper ; Lightweight body

Missing features ; Middling battery life ; Underwhelming performance ; High price tag

The ReMarkable tablet delivers on its promise of imitating pen and paper, but at a premium most people won’t be happy paying.

Expert review by : Jordan McMahon (wired.com)

Review: reMarkable Paper Tablet

 

Can a distraction-free e-Ink slate save us from our cluttered digital lives?

Giant e-Ink display is rad. Wacom pen feels more like writing on paper than any other tablet. Having notes, sketches, and books on one device keeps your bag light. Annotating your digital books can be useful. You look super important when you’re...

There’s no good justification for the messy syncing system. Reading experience doesn’t stack up to the competition. Company has an unproven track record for support. Battery life is disappointing. The price is too darn high.

Sep, 2017

Expert review by : Laptop Mag (laptopmag.com)

reMarkable Tablet Review

 

Natural writing and drawing; Lightweight design; Textures shift with utensil; Cloud-sync and LiveView; Drawing editing tools for power users ; Pricey; A little slow; Limited purposes ; The reMarkable tablet lives up to its name, with the best pen...

Pricey; A little slow; Limited purposes ; The reMarkable tablet lives up to its name, with the best pen experience we've had, but it's expensive and doesn't serve as a regular tablet.

The reMarkable tablet lives up to its name, with the best pen experience we've had, but it's expensive and doesn't serve as a regular tablet.

Sep, 2017

Expert review by : Milen Yanachkov (phonearena.com)

reMarkable tablet review

 

The reMarkable tablet is something only a real “paper” person would ever consider buying. It's not a traditional tablet, in that it doesn't run Android, or iOS, or Windows. In fact, there are no apps available for the reMarkable tablet, per se. So,...

Feels a lot like real paper ; Elegant, lightweight design ; Solid battery life

Expensive ; Limited software and features

Mar, 2018

Expert review by : Brad Linder (liliputing.com)

ReMarkable writing tablet starts shipping August 29th

 

The ReMarkable writing slate is a tablet with a 10.3 inch E Ink display that comes with a digital pen that supports 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and which has a “high-friction pen tip,” so that the tablet doesn't just look like paper when you're...

But that does make me wonder why ReMarkable would even bother listing the price of a tablet without a pen. I can’t imagine anyone who’d be interested in one without the other.

Aug, 2017