For those who find themselves tackling rush hour with folders and briefcases full of loose papers, your prayers have been answered.
Sony are launching their document answer to the Kindle, perfectly designed to replace the reams of paper floating around your already unkempt desk.
With its A4 sized 13.3-inch screen, the Sony Digital Paper comes with built in Wi-Fi, a 1200 x 1600 resolution screen and a rechargeable battery life lasting around three weeks.
Furthermore, its E-ink display means that the device recieves no glare, also eliminating the need for a backlight.
Although only 7mm thick, the little gizmo comes equipped with a touchscreen pen and also includes 4GB storage, with transferrable SD card capabilities.
Aimed squarely at the office market and for the middle ground between tablet and good old-fashioned paper, it's scheduled for release in North America this spring (UK release tbc).
The Sony Digital Paper goes on sale this May in the US and is priced at $1,100