Yes - For those customers who bought the reMarkable because they so highly valued the feel of writing on paper, yet also wanted the freedom of a digital tablet, the reMarkable 2 does seem like it was a worthwhile investment.
However, this seems to be the case only if those same customers also didn't mind the expensive price tag and the simple fact that the reMarkable tablet does nothing else.
For some reviewers, the reMarkable 2 is too expensive to be only good at taking notes and feeling like you're writing on paper. For the customers in this camp, the tablet should either be able to do more things or be cheaper in price.
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The paper tablet for people who prefer paper.