ReMarkable tablet review: The high price of getting that paper feeling
Unless you use a Kindle or another e-reader regularly, you probably don't come into contact with e-ink displays. While they were once popular for high-end devices, they've largely been relegated to use in reading devices now that LCD and other display technology have grown in popularity and affordability.
But the company reMarkable is trying to expand e-ink's use with the reMarkable paper tablet, a slab with a 10.3-inch e-ink display and an included stylus. Not only is it meant to be a reading device, but the reMarkable is designed to replace pretty much any papers you have to bring with you anywhere—books, documents, notes, sketches, and the like.