So i love iPad Air 2020,I think so The best tablet A member of Apple’s overall lineup.But this is mainly because it is iPad Pro Features a smaller price tag. However, my favorite tablet of the year comes from a company you may never have heard of, and it doesn’t run any apps you like.
Despite these quirks, Markable 2 It is my choice for the best tablet of 2020. If this is the first time you have heard of the reMarkable brand, don’t worry, reMarkable 1 is a compact device, but for some reason it has not proven to be cool or successful, I will introduce it below. reMarkable 2 has completely earned its name and has become an indispensable part of my life in the adjusted workflow this year.
The completely unique appearance of reMarkable 2 is part of its appeal, starting with a shockingly 0.2-inch thick ultra-thin body. Compared with the 0.3-inch Markable 1
In contrast, the new iPad Air is actually just an iPad Pro, but with new color options. They are neat, but not exactly a revelation.
reMarkable 2 uses Apple’s approach to buttons, eliminating its actual back, home and forward buttons, all of which are replaced by taps on the screen. It makes reMarkable 2 cooler-it’s basically a huge Kindle, but thinner.
But the reason reMarkable 2 still feels better than the iPad (waiting for it) is that writing on it feels natural.Of course, I don’t hate the iPad’s excellent new Scribble tool, which allows you to convert your handwriting to text, but you still can’t feel Correct.
This is where reMarkable wins. Writing with its proprietary Marker stylus is like pressing a pen or pencil on paper instead of dragging plastic onto glass. When you write, this natural feeling will change everything in the world. Writing with reMarkable 2 is so easy that I found myself using it all the time.
From remote demonstrations of upcoming embargoed products to Dungeons & Dragons Nights, I noticed that when I need to take notes, I always pull out reMarkable 2. This unlimited page notebook is my favorite new device.
Paper but smarter
I can just use a pen and a pad-we both have a lot of pens-but reMarkable 2 offers two things that laptops don’t. First of all, cloud synchronization means that I can pull up a virtual laptop on my laptop or mobile phone at any time, because reMarkable has apps for Mac, PC, iPhone and Android. This means that I can determine which small Field Notes notebooks to use without much effort.
Second, and even cooler, reMarkable recently added a tool to convert to text, so the comments I scribbled on the product briefing can be converted into text for sharing with colleagues who cannot attend the meeting. Its accuracy is similar to that of the iPadOS smear function mentioned above.
In addition, the reMarkable tablet has a large number of built-in templates, so you can choose any paper you want. They even have templates for storyboarding and music creation.
Single-purpose equipment can win
Finally, I prefer reMarkable 2 for many reasons, so people prefer to use Kindle Paperwhite Finished IPad. Of course, it doesn’t do a lot, but the backlit e-ink screen of the Kindle is better for reading than the LCD screen of the iPad: simpler on the eyes.
So if you like writing but are totally bored with the tablet world – Apple is the best tablet in general, then I won’t argue – you need to look at reMarkable 2. Instead of the 100,000 things you might want.