Sony’s Digital Paper now has cloud storage compatibility
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Sony Digital Paper has been around for a while, but it was and remains a device for a quite small audience, so it is good to see it get new features. This e-reader that provides its users with "a new way to read, write, and annotate" is now also capable of offering "a new way to access, share and store content."
According to the official press release, the 13.3-inch Sony Digital Paper can connect directly to cloud storage services for storing and retrieving documents thanks to the built-in WebDAV protocol. "Now, enabling a direct connection to popular cloud storage services makes Digital Paper even more valuable as a productivity tool, creating a fully networked environment for someone’s professional and personal content," says Joe Novelli, VP of Sony Digital Paper Solutions.
Next to the added cloud storage capabilities, Sony also decided to drop the MSRP of the Digital Paper e-reader to $999 USD from $1,100 USD. Its specs remain unchanged - high contrast display with 1,200X1,600 dots, IR touch panel with electromagnetic induction-type touch pen input, 4 GB of internal storage and microSD support, up to 3 weeks of use with WiFi turned off. For more details, please check the press release below.