The iFlytek Smart Notebook AI Note T1 only came out a few months ago and it leads the charge in the portability department. This intelligent book uses 9.7 inch ink screen and uses the new Eink screen handwriting processing chip. The TCON T1000 controller will provide a writing latency of 30 milliseconds in writing performance.
This device is primary aimed at making digital notes and it has a dual microphone system so you can do text to notes for audio. It has a WACOM later to make notes via the stylus or edit PDF files. Underneath the hood is an octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32 of internal storage. There is a SIM card tray where you can use a SD card, capable of 256 GB of additional storage and also 4G internet access. If you are not using a SIM, there is WIFI, USB-C, Bluetooth 4.1 . It runs on Android and people say you can sideload in your own apps like Kindle. It is powered by a massive 4,100 mAh battery.
In addition, the smart book directly calls iFLYTEK cloud AI server cluster through the built-in 4G or WiFi. By using intelligent voice transcribing, intelligent voice search and other technologies, users can transcribe text and write key points at the same time. Within the effective distance, the accuracy of transcribing can reach 95%.
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