Sony Digital Paper

Apr 2, 2014

Category: Tech

With 7 billion people in the world, there’s gotta be someone out there whose brother was killed in a freak spitball accident. And imagine the lifelong pain you’d endure, heightened every single time you held a sheet of paper – aka the killing machine – in your hands. For the sake of that guy, we’re happy to tell report the introduction of Sony Digital Paper—it’s physically impossible to create a spitball from. But wait, there’s more!

Hitting retail in May for about $1,100, this 13.3-inch slate is Olsen twin-thin (Sony says it’s about as thick as 30 sheets of paper), and lets you access your files, make notes on them, and securely share them from the 1,200×1,600 dot-display with the special stylus. Right now it’s compatible with PDF, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files, plus there’s built-in Wi-Fi. [Purchase]

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