3 REMARKABLE DIGITAL NOTEPAD.
When we first reviewed the 10.3" reMarkable e-Ink writing tablet two years ago, it was a digital writing pad that recreated the experience of writing with a pencil on paper. The tablet had unlimited pages, pressure sensitivity for drawing, and the ability to store and read your notes, PDFs, and e-books--no glass, no lighting, and no distractions. Now with a number of significant software improvements delivered through a series of updates, you can do much more. In your saved notebooks you can move, reorder, add, or duplicate pages, and there's handwriting recognition to convert your notes to text. Apple and Microsoft finally came around to building note-taking functions for glass pages on their tablets, but they're very different. The reMarkable is unique and worth a second look. www.remarkable.com