Sony has unveiled a new digital paper color dubbed Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 Version 2. The device is a digital note-taking device that has a coloured display instead of the traditional e-ink screen. This is n’t tthe first of suchbut is a second version and it deploys E INK Kaleido 2.5, which is a new technology that Sony is yet to announce.
The new display technology brings the color filter array closer to the e-paper displ ay. This results in richer and deeper colors. The diisplay is also touted to be the first of such products that utilizes E INK Carta 1250, a faster ink which speeds up flipping through pages and accelerates the pen input.
In terms of the main hardware, the Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 Color version 2 packs a 10.3-inch E INK Carta 1250 and e-ink Kaleido 2.5 color filter array. The B&W resolution is 1404 x 1872 at 227 PPI but the colour resolution has not been revealed as well as the parts per pixel. With the previous gen Kaleido 2, a screen is capable of displaying 4,096 colors at 100 PPI and so, this should be an improved version.
The device also comes with a new WACOM layer which is compatible with almost all Wacom pen in the market. This is an imrovement over the previous model which has a custom pen that charges via microUSB.
Sony is yet to disclose details of the pricing and availability. The product will first be released in Japan.
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