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Sony Release New Digital Paper “10-inch notebook size” with New Mobile App and Feature Enhancements

| Products & Services, USA | 7 hours ago

Sony - Digital Paper: DPT-CP1 Writing

Sony adds 10-inch notebook-sized model, a new mobile app and feature enhancements to Digital Paper line-up

Date: May 21, 2018
Source: Sony Electronics Inc.

SAN DIEGO, May 21, 2018Sony Electronics Inc. continues to expand and enhance its Digital Paper product offering with the release of a new “notebook-sized” 10-inch model. The new model (DPT-CP1) gives customers the same high-performance reading, annotating and note-taking capabilities they have enjoyed with the original 13-inch letter-sized Digital Paper (DPT-RP1).


DPT-CP1: Notebook-sized 10-inch model


DPT-RP1 (Left) and DPT-CP1(Right)

“Our new 10-inch notebook-sized Digital Paper extends all the benefits of going paperless to a broader array of business professionals and students,” said Bob Nell, director of Digital Paper for Sony Electronics. “Now, with a choice of two models, more people can experience what we refer to as ‘paper perfected,’ enjoying the easy readability of the glare-free screen and precision handwriting associated with the paper-like look and feel of Digital Paper.”

Taking into consideration recommendations from customers and the company’s intent to continuously improve the overall experience, Sony is pleased to announce the new Digital Paper Mobile Application, as well as additional feature enhancements applicable to both the new 10-inch, notebook-size DPT-CP1 and the current 13-inch, letter-sized DPT-RP1.

Sony’s free mobile app (for Android and IOS) enables users to transfer files to and from Digital Paper anywhere, without the need of a computer.1 It offers quick and easy access to their documents and notes—making both models even more productive and essential for on-the-go professionals and students. The app will be available in June 2018 from both Google Play (Android) and the Apple App Store (IOS).

The addition of the mobile app and feature enhancements promotes integration of Digital Paper into customers’ day-to-day lives, helping to reduce volumes of documents and notes, and advancing their quest to achieve a truly paperless workflow.



New Feature Enhancements (applicable to both 10 and 13-inch models)

  • Sony Digital Paper Mobile Application – Smartphone companion app for Android and IOS for easy, convenient transfer of documents, forms and notes.
  • Screen Capture/Display Output Mode2 – Connect via PC or Mac to a projector and display the contents on the Digital Paper screen to a larger audience, including real-time handwriting and mark-up.
  • Interactive PDF and Smart Forms – Populate forms using drop down menus, checkboxes and radio buttons for easy, structured data capture.
  • Page Jump – Enter a page number and go directly to that specific page.
  • Pan and Zoom – Move the display area after a page or portion of the page has been enlarged.
  • Automatic Page Rotation – Each page of a document, book or article is shown based on its aspect ratio to optimize the reading experience.
  • Page Thumbnails Mode – View up to 16 pages at one time, including the page numbers of a document, book or article.

Favorite Features and Functions (in both 10 and 13-inch)

  • Paper-like display – Glare-free display is ideal for long-term, immersive reading, even in direct sunlight.
  • Thin and lightweight – Each model is 0.23 inches thick, weighing only 8.5 ounces for the 10-inch, 12.3 ounces for the 13 inch.
  • Realistic writing feel – Digital Paper gives users the “feel” of writing on paper because of its non-slip panel. Two kinds of stylus tips are included, providing the choice of a pen-like or pencil-like experience.
  • Generous storage – 16GB of internal memory (11GB usable) lets users carry and access up to 10,000 PDF documents.3
  • Auto save – Annotations and hand-written notes are automatically saved to internal memory and easily searchable.
  • Print to Digital Paper4 – Convert any open web page or file (e.g., MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, Apple Notes/Pages/Numbers) to PDF, and instantly save to Digital Paper.
  • Long-lasting battery5 – On a single charge, lithium ion battery enables use for up to one week with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth turned on, and up to three weeks with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth turned off.

Digital Paper continues to evolve. Sony’s goal is to give customers that natural and familiar experience of reading, annotating and note-taking while enabling many to achieve a paperless workflow. Sony believes the choice of two models, the availability of the mobile app, and useful new features will broaden the appeal of Digital Paper and build upon the strong satisfaction expressed by customers to date.

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ISE 2015 in Amsterdam – AV & Electronic Systems Integration Exhibitions

| AV & Audio Events, Biz Events, Netherlands Events | 01/09/2015

Integrated Systems Europe 2015 - Banner

Integrated Systems Europe 2015:
Date: Feb 10(Tue) – 12(Thu), 2015
Hours: 9:00am – 6:00pm, Last Day: 5:00pm
Venue: Amsterdam RAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Organizer: Integrated Systems Events
Official Website: www.iseurope.org

The event was launched in 2004 to fulfill the need for a pan-European forum for the emerging markets of professional AV and electronic systems integration. The show grew quickly to become the undisputed annual marketplace for these industries – a focus not only for doing business but also for networking, education and technological innovation.

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India’s trade association NASSCOM seeks to bring more Japanese companies for setting up operations in India

| Others | 06/02/2014

Nasscom seeks to bring more Japanese companies to India

Nasscom seeks to bring more Japanese companies to India
Date: May 7, 2014
Source: LiveMint by Anirban Sen

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Sony wants India to become its No. 3 market

| Economy & Markets | 01/10/2014

Kenichiro Hibi, Sony India

Sony plans to make India a bigger market than Japan: Kenichiro Hibi, India MD
Date: Jan 9 2014
Source: Writankar Mukherjee, ET Bureau

LAS VEGAS: Sony wants India to become its No. 3 market. It’s targeting a big sales push that may see the country overtake its home base of Japan, driven by smartphones, the segment that’s growing the fastest for the company. The focus on smartphones was renewed last year with the launch of a new range of Xperia devices in India, which currently ranks fourth overall for Sony after China, the US and Japan.

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