reMarkable is an E Ink writer tablet for reading documents and textbooks, sketching and note-taking with the goal of a paper-like writing experience. It is the first digital device that gives you a pen-to-paper note-taking experience.
reMarkable lets you read, write and sketch with a paper like feel. Here to replace your notebooks, sketchbooks and printed documents!
reMarkable was founded in 2013 by Magnus Wanberg and is based in Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
reMarkable is the first digital device that gives you a pen-to-paper note-taking experience. It converts your handwritten notes to typed text, making them easy to refine and share.
reMarkable offers the most paper like digital reading, writing and sketching experience yet. At core of the product lies the CANVAS display - the world’s fastest digital paper.
ReMarkable uses its own operating system, named Codex. Codex is based on Linux, but optimized for electronic paper display technology. The reMarkable tries to blend the reading experience of an E Ink display with the writing experience of a high end tablet computer through its low lag Linux operating system, and is claimed to be solidly built.
reMarkable is backed by Spark Capital, Twitter, Slack, Oculus investors and others. The company raised €13.7M ($15M) from a "Series A" financing on Oct 8, 2019. The round brings reMarkable's total funding to $24M to date.