The ReMarkable 2 tablet is for those who want to focus on work or school.
The ReMarkable 2 tablet, based on E Ink (like in e-readers), has become hugely popular among lovers of “warm, tube” content consumption, but the Type Folio keyboard makes it truly a writer’s dream, according to Techradar.
Even those who have deadlines to complete any work still cannot resist the temptation to get distracted by social networks or “get stuck” watching videos with cats on YouTube. That’s why the ReMarkable 2 tablet with its black and white screen and the super-thin Type Folio magnetic keyboard will be an excellent defense against temptations.
Electronic ink immerses the user in an era when texts had to be written by hand, although the keyboard, of course, will help you simply type them, like on a typewriter.
The keyboard has only 1.3mm of travel and is very comfortable to type on.
The Type Folio costs $200 and doesn’t need any additional pairing or charging. The keys have a stroke of 1.3 mm and this is much more convenient than tapping on the on-screen keyboard of the tablet. Plus, you can convert all handwriting and notes to letters and then edit them using the Type Folio keyboard in apps like Google Docs and Microsoft Word.
The tablet will appeal to those who like to write by hand without giving up modern technologies.
However, a device for idealists will not come cheap. In addition to the keyboard itself, the cost of $200 will have to buy the ReMarkable 2 tablet itself at a price of $580. But on the other hand, this bundle will probably be the best gift for those who want to combine the feeling of real paper with an incredible writing experience and the convenience of modern technology.
Presentation of the ReMarkable 2 tablet and Type Folio keyboard
Earlier, Focus wrote that the Chinese introduced the Oukitel RT3 tablet: an indestructible gadget that lasts 20 days without recharging.
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