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Paperwrite, the tablet from CASIO

CASIO was remarkably absent from the touch market of tablet until now, but this will change really soon. It will finally launch a device including an original “paper” component, called “PAPER WRITE“.

This tablet will feature a 10.1-inch LED-backlit multitouch display with pen support, a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor supported by 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage supplemented by a microSD and SD card slots, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, USB port, HDMI, user-replaceable battery pack, NFC and LTE support, and front- and rear-facing cameras.

These Android-powered tablets are available in four models: V-N500-WJ, V-N500-J, V-T500-WJ, and V-T500J. They have all the traditional pen (aka stylus) input, as well as the traditional notepad that allow you to scribble on with regular writing instruments. So, if you’re more comfortable with pen and paper, you can use a stylus directly on the tablet’s touchscreen display for taking notes or navigating the UI.

Though what makes the Paper Write Tablets are truly unique is their front facing camera which can digitize hand written notes, documents and business cards using the tablet’s notepad-packing case.

Additionally, the Casio Paper Writer Tablet is built tough and is splash-, dust– and shock-proof (up to 1m drop), and is capable of operating in -20 degrees Celsius environment.

Casio aims clearly to the professional market with this tablet “Write Paper” which will be out in late September.

 
 
 
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4 Comments on “Paperwrite, the tablet from CASIO”

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