ReMarkable Tablet Review - Good for Artists?
Published at : 09 Dec 2020
The ReMarkable Tablet feels like paper. The surface is not backlit and has a high-friction, tactile feel to it. It's also really expensive and has limited features. Watch how I use it and judge for yourself if it's worth checking out. Personally, I like being able to quickly sketch out ideas when I'm on my lunchbreak. Everything is automatically synced up to the cloud, and sent to my desktop computer in organized pdf vector files. The files themselves are decent quality from an art perspective, but they really function more as rough sketches than final pieces.
Although the technology is impressive, there are several drawbacks to this product:
-The menu is VERY sluggish (undo, transform, zoom)
-The stylus nibs wear out quickly and aren't cheap
-The vector files are hard to work with
-Your hand can hit buttons while drawing, so menus usually have to be collapsed
-You can't use the transform tool while zoomed in
-Pressure sensitive brushes aren't very good
Thanks for watching.
- G ♥
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