Sony launches 13.3-inch electronic ink stylus-enabled tablet for students

Sony launches 13.3-inch electronic ink stylus-enabled tablet for students

Sony is not a foreign company for devices like e-ink, but this time it really is the educational system that will be covered by this tablet manufacturer.
 

If Sony has proposed various alternative for reading through lights powered electronic ink, the new prototype unveiled by the company is mainly focused towards the school.
 

Greater than most other tablets, the prototype of Sony displays a 13.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1200 x 1600 pixels. A size that coincides with a sheet of A4 paper.
 

 

The display is of electromagnetic induction and thus offer a touch interface to scroll through menus, navigate texts and any other specific interaction can be done like e-books and tablets market.
 

The tablet is also compatible with a stylus for making handwritten notes, and edit PDF file (the only compatible format present). With only 7mm thick and 385 grams, Sony has intended it primarily for college, high school and college students.
 

The prototype currently offers 4 GB of internal storage, coupled with a microSD slot to expand significantly. Compatible with WiFi, the tablet also offers to share notes with students who have missed a few classes. WiFi off, the autonomy of the tablet will run for three weeks of intensive use.

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