The Lenovo Smart Paper is a 10.3 inch tablet with Android-based software and a black and white touchscreen display and support for pressure-sensitive pen input, allowing you to use it for taking notes, drawing pictures, or reading eBooks and documents. It’s basically Lenovo’s answer to the reMarkable 2, Amazon Kindle Scribe, and Kobo Elipsa. Lenovo’s Smart Paper tablet will be available in late 2023 for $400.
Lenovo’s tablet features an 1872 x 1404 pixel display with 227 pixels per inch, a front light with 24 levels of brightness, adjustable color temperature, and an ambient light sensor for automatic brightness adjustments.
The Smart Paper tablet comes with a folio cover and a Smart Paper Pen, which is a felt-tipped EMR stylus that doesn’t need to be charged. With 23ms latency, support for tilt detection and 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, you should be able to doodle pictures, write notes, or annotate documents easily. But the pen doesn’t have a built-in eraser.
The tablet is powered by a Rockchip RK3566 processor and features 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and an Android 11-based operating system with a custom user interface and apps for viewing eBooks, documents, and Microsoft Office documents. There are also 74 different notepad templates and 9 different pent settings including ballpoint, pencil, marker, and calligraphy.
|Lenovo Smart Paper specs|
1872 x 1404 pixels
|Front light||24 levels of brightness|
automatic brightness adjustment
24 level color temperature
4 x ARM Cortex-A55 CPU cores @ 2 GHz
Mali-G52 2EE graphics
|Ports||1 x USB 2.0 Typ-eC|
|Software||Android 11 (AOSP)|
EPUB, PDF, MS Office docs supported
Record live dictation
|Dimensions||195 x 226 x 5.5mm|
(7.68″ x 8.9″ x 0.22″)
|Accessories||Smart Paper pen|
Smart Paper folio case