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NoteSlate eSketcher

The NoteSlate eSketcher takes a bold direction in the world of gadgetry– simplicity. Life used to be so simple– just a pencil and paper combined as the perfect sidearm of the student, the artist and the list maker. Today we’ve got our laptops, our iPads, our Kindles and our mobile [...]
  • Diane O'Connell

    NoteSlate is low cost tablet device with true one color display, real paper look design, long life battery (180h !), together with very handy usage and very simple and helpful interface for pen and paper.

  • Danielle Fiorito-Luxmore

    The NoteSlate eSketcher. No more notebooks! Stores all your writing on memory card.

  • Monica Prescott

    The NoteSlate eSketcher is not a tablet. It doesn’t run a fancy OS, it doesn’t have a digital camera or two, it doesn’t run games and it won’t handle video conferencing. The NoteSlate eSketcher is a good old fashioned notepad on steroids. The eSketcher uses a stylus input to record your hand-written notes and doodles with an e-ink style display. Your notes can then be sent to a computer or other storage device or held on the eSketcher’s internal memory.

  • Dion Boothby

    noteslate tablet

  • Agnese De Masi

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