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reMarkable – a remarkable digital notepad

Closer Look

The reMarkable Tablet comes in a nice looking box that reminds us a bit of Apples packaging.

The reMarkable Tablet is a very nice looking piece. The screen is flush with the bezels so you do not feel any edges at all. This makes it very nice to the hands when you write as you do not feel any edges or anything. It is also very light making it easy to carry in just one hand without getting tired.

The back is silver with just the reMarkable logo on it.

It looks like the tablet is only available with a white front and silver back but I do not miss a black option as they use to attract fingerprints. This is nothing I’ve seen on this tablet.

The pen is white and comes with an extra tip inside it. You also get some extra tips in the box and can buy more later to a cost of 12€ for 8 more. A spare pen (or marker as reMarkable calls it) will cost you around 80€ which is quite expensive in my opinion.

There is also a flat micro-USB-cable included but no charger. The odds are that you already have a gazillion micro-USB-chargers at home anyway.

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