Sony's New Tablet Will Get You To Ditch Your Paper Notepad
Mar 31, 2014 14:22
Are you the kind of person who prefers writing over tapping? Then you might want to check out the Sony Digital Paper, a tablet device that gives you the same reading ease of a Kindle, with the efficiency of a pen-based tablet.
High tech specs include a 13.3-inch, 1200 x 1600 high-contrast reflective black and white touchscreen which is perfect for displaying PDF documents. There's also a stylus for annotation and note-taking. Additional features include built-in Wi-Fi, and 4GB of on-board plus expandable SD storage for document storage and transfer.
So if you like lugging around a whole filing cabinet in a gadget the size of a notebook, then this tablet might just be for you. The only real downside would have to be the hefty price tag. Get it here for $1,100
With the passage of time, the concerns related to cyber security are definitely shooting up. It would not be wrong to say that the global economy is hugely dependent on the present day technology. For this reason, it is important to come up with effective methods to protect ourselves from the cyber threats that lurk behind the new technologies. Read more
Android Game Development The RecentSmartness in Android Market, The movement of Android application development, gets no limit of categories and is growing gradually, the most challenging being Android Game Development. Read more
PDF or Portable Document Format is an open standard for document exchange. It was created by Adobe in 1993, as a way to create documents that would work the same under a variety of different operating systems, such as, Windows, Linux, and Mac. Read more