No, reMarkable does not come with a backlight. This means you need light in the room to read or use it, just like you would with paper. reMarkable is all about giving an excellent writing and sketching experience, and a backlight would make the surface layer thicker, something that would create more distance from the pen tip to the ink layer, which in turn would make the writing experience worse.
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- Does reMarkable offer palm rejection?
- Does reMarkable offer a backlight?
- Will you support connecting to third party storage services like Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.?
- Can I use the remarkable as a drawing board with my computer, like a wacom drawing tablet?
- Can I transfer documents from my computer to the reMarkable?
- Can I read e-books on the reMarkable?
- Can I read my Amazon Kindle books on the reMarkable?
- Will you support integrations with third party productivity services like Evernote, OneNote, Google Docs, etc.?
- How often do I have to recharge the reMarkable?
- Will you support math symbol recognition, shape recognition, etc.?