I noticed today that Fujitsu is in the process of making their first digital paper tablet or eReader/eWriter ready for the market in a month, two, or three.
This will be Fujitsu’s first entry into this category where Sony already launched their 2nd generation 13.3-inch Sony Digital Paper (DPT-RP1) in June, and where the 10.3-inch newcommer reMarkable have just launched their first model.
Having filed for Wi-Fi certification, Fujitsu’s model is called Fujitsu Digital Paper M01, with the model number ZD01.
Official specs are scarce so far but official details so far counts Fujitsu’s own OS, and a dual-band 2.4 GHz – 5 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi cover.
Based on the design of other digital paper tablets, we should expect a high resolution, some form of E-ink display and digital pen, long battery life, a low weight, and a high price.
– Tom Bowen