ReMarkable digital notepad ‘feels like real paper’


A Norwegian start-up is developing a digital paper tablet it hopes will appeal to “paper people”.

The device – called ReMarkable – can be written on using a stylus and is textured to feel like real paper.

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The BBC’s Chris Foxx asked the company’s Magnus Wanberg why people choose his device over a fully-featured tablet computer.

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