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Old 12-01-2017, 08:02 AM   #1
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Question New subforum for ReMarkable ereader?

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As you may be aware there is a newcomer to the ereader family called ReMarkable. Fortunately it has finally materialised, a rare event in the world of ereaders, and sold quite a few units to the early supporters and now sells to the general public.

I think this is enough to create a subforum specifically for this device in the More E-Book Readers section, since it is still a fledgling and may not yet be fit for the E-Book Readers parent category that is for the more established devices.

There has been a lot of buzz around the device on the interwebs and now that it has been finally released a lot of talk about the features, missing features, bugs, improvements, general feelings, etc. Unfortunately this is scattered all over the place, with lots of talking happening on Facebook, which in my opinion is a platform that is ill fit for this purpose (I call it 'write-only' or 'write-and-forget', good luck if you are trying to find a specific post there) as well as random blogs, mini-forums, groups and so on.

There are also some posts scattered all over this forum in different categories with redirects to one mega post about the device, that doesn't serve well in handling multiple discussions happening simultaneously. I feel it is time for mobiread to solve it once and for all and create a ReMarkable hub in the same way as they did for other devices

What do you think?

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Old 12-01-2017, 06:59 PM   #2
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I fully support the idea. There are a number of possible topics regarding this device (notably, the possible software evolution, exploration of its "hacking"... plenty to discuss) and the general thread served mostly to discuss it before it was really available.
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Old 12-02-2017, 05:15 AM   #3
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I support this idea, if and only if you install Calibre Companion and tell me how it works. Just kidding! But it does sound like an interesting device, one that I would enjoy learning about.

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Old 12-06-2017, 06:29 PM   #4
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ReMarkable has landed a spot on Tom's Hardware Most Innovative Tech of 2017 list alongside devices such as Nintendo or iPhone. Hopefully such appearances will bring some fresh air and excitement to the slow world of ereaders...
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