Sony the Japanese Tech Giant is now launching a new Digital Paper with E ink Tablets are clear as you can plan, write, create a day to day task, Sony will release "DPT-CP1" digital paper equivalent to a small A5 size, pursuing the ability to read and write electronic documents as if it were paper. Due to the release of this machine, the product composition of digital paper will be two models together with "A DP size of DPT - RP 1"
"DPT-CP1" is the world's thinnest and lightest with a high-resolution electronic paper display of 10.3 inches * 1 (1404 × 1872 dots) equivalent to A5 size, about 240 g in mass and about 5.9 mm in thickness In the built-in memory, it is possible to save about 10,000 files, 3 PDF documents, and it is possible to easily carry a large number of electronic documents. In addition, by combining a capacitive touch panel system and a rechargeable active stylus pen, highly accurate rendering is realized from the center to the edge of the screen. For example, you can transfer PDF documents from smartphones, browse and correct jobs, and share handwritten documents with cloud services and e-mail via smartphones, so you can use convenient way to choose between time and place. Furthermore, NFC *
Sony high tech Digital Paper cost Rs.45000 (around $650). That's $100 less than the 13.3-inch model, but it's still not an impulse purchase like, say, a Kindle. It's an interesting product, though, so hopefully Sony will keep making them, and making them cheaper. In any case, it's only available in Japan and isn't likely to come to India.
Source: Sony (Japanese)