NoteSlate Writing Tablet

Ed Steele February 20, 2011 Comments Off on NoteSlate Writing Tablet

Last year when I reviewed the Boogie Board I mentioned specific enhancements that would make a portable writing tablet better: replaceable battery, carrying strap, stylus holder, and the ability to transfer drawings via USB PC link, BlueTooth, or WiFi. NoteSlate took the idea of a writing tablet and added most of these features and the kitchen sink! The NoteSlate has a 760×1080 pixel display, three buttons for Save, Show, or Delete, SD card slot, and a MicroUSB slot for input or charging. We’re slightly confused by the 3.5mm headphone jack and microphone input but okay, and WiFi for sharing pages between NoteSlates is just brilliant. The NoteSlate also has an ARM processor running at 233MHz, 128MB RAM and 1024MB internal data storage. The Li-ion battery charges via micro USB input or, get this, optional solar charging stand. We’re looking forward to getting our hands on one of these to review!

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