Despite years of development, E Ink displays are still not able to replace the traditional paper wherever it was desirable. Sony will try to change that with this 13.3-inch Digital Paper device which is intended for the courts, educational institutions and business environments. After the brief demo we saw last year, it will finally be available in May. However, here we have an immediate problem, and that is the price of 1100 dollars. To answer the question of who can afford Digital Paper, Sony introduced him to the American Bar Association Tech Show in Chicago. It should be added that the Digital Paper has a very high resolution of 1200 x 1600 pixels and the entrance to the pen, but there is no backlight. Sony claims the battery lasts for three weeks, and documents can be loaded via WiFi or stored on the internal memory of 4 GB.