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Remarkable 2 Paper Tablet Review

Remarkable 2 Paper Tablet


Working in Digital Marketing you are constantly writing down content ideas and creating campaigns that my notebook collection has reached a whooping 6 in just under a year. So I thought why not treat myself to a digital notebook for my work instead, ditch the paper and save the trees.


So, what exactly is a digital notebook?

Exactly what it says on the tin.

You can:
- Convert handwritten notes into text
- Take handwritten notes, read and review documents
- All your notes can be organised into folders
- Take notes directly on PDF's
- Integrate with Google Drive, Dropbox and Microsoft Office
- Share your notes by email
- Tablet has 2 weeks of battery life

Monthly Plans

In the small print after the hefty price you pay for the notebook, there is an optional monthly fee to pay. This is Remarkable Connect and has 3 different plans to choose from.

- No plan
This is your basic plan where you pay nothing but can only have your notes in one place

- Connect Lite
This is £3.99 a month and you have your notes in one place and unlimited cloud storage

- Connect
This is the plan I chose at £5.99 and you have access to everything. Such as:
All notes in one place
Unlimited cloud storage
Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive integration
Handwritten conversion
Screen share
Send by email
36-month extended warranty

The Buying Stage

You can decide what you want with your digital notebook which does have additional prices.
There are 2 different types of markers. The standard marker and the marker plus. The marker plus has an eraser on the end but this isn't essential. You then have folios which is your case. You can choose from a folio (a sleeve) or a book folio (covers the front and back and opens like a book)

Personally, I went for neither and bought a cheap case on amazon compatible with the Remarkable 2 as at the end of the day it does the same job, you're just buying the name if you buy from their site.



Overall...

If you spend a lot of time writing and note taking then this is definitely for you and worth the money. To convert the handwritten notes to text and send emails you would need WIFI but overall I am very pleased with my purchase and would highly recommend. You get a 100 day free trial so if you're not satisfied, send it back and get a full refund. The tablet is very light which is great for travelling with as well as being very thin so it can slip into my handbag, the pen also magnets onto the tablet for easy carrying.