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Sony Digital Paper – because ordinary paper is for kids


sonydigitalpaper2 Sony Digital Paper   because ordinary paper is for kids

Showing up at an important tech related meeting with stack of papers feels kinda awkward nowadays. Especially when a tablet can perform the same job but with more style. What would be even better is a combination of a table and paper, so you could annotate, edit, or doodle like you would on a pad.

The brand new Sony Digital paper is all about providing you with the goodness of paper without any drawbacks. Stop wasting all those sheets of dead wood and turn digital because this will definitely save some trees, forests and other good stuff.

sonydigitalpaper3 Sony Digital Paper   because ordinary paper is for kids

This new device is the world’s lightest and thinnest tablet computer so far. It lets users create, view, annotate, share, and save files and supports docx, ppt, pdf, and most other popular office file types. The gadget has built-in Wi-Fi support, an SD card slot, and best of all it runs for 3 weeks on a full charge. The Sony Digital Paper will be available next month for $1100 via Sony.

 Sony Digital Paper   because ordinary paper is for kids

Dil Soomro is a hardcore gamer, a true geek and is fascinated by everything that goes beep. His love for the latest technology is unexplainable in mere words.

Dil Soomro – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



  • RCDavis

    Awesome looking product, headed out to Best Buy now…

    $1100? Waiting for a few more competitors in this space!

    • http://www.redferret.net/ Nigel Powell

      Know exactly what you mean.

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