The NoteSlate is all set to break into the retail scene soon as a cheap reusable alternative to real paper notebook. NoteSlate has recently added further details on the note-taking tablet via their official website. The NeoSlate tablet is all set to be available from June onwards at an almost unbelieveble price of just $99. The company is working hard to make sure the tablet reaches markets on schedule.
The package is all the more attractive if you consider what you get for that amount of money. The NoteSlate comes with a massive 13 inch (7.5 x 11.4 inch) display having a 760 x 1080 pixels 1 bit resolution. The device sports very thin bezels along the sides with the display almost entirely dominating the front of the device. There are three buttons along the left bottom bezel that will enable you to save, show, and delete notes. The accompanied stylus allows you to write and draw on the e-ink one color monochrome screen, simulating a real ink-on-paper experience. The entire device measures 210 x 310 x 9mm, making it just as slim as its paper counterpart, though there is enough room in the device to include a 3.5 mm headphone and mic combo jack, an USB port, and a SD card slot. Another excellent aspect of the NoteSlate is its super long battery life.
More details of the NoteSlate is available at the official website here.
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