If you’re looking for a simple notepad which you can use to store one page of notes, USB.Brando.com has the solution for you. Called the E-Note, it literally does what it name says: it takes notes. But what it doesn’t tell you is that it can only store one page of notes at a time. The E-note can store a grand total of one page at any given time.
White it does resemble the NoteSlate (revealed earlier this year, but still not on the market) in terms of looks; the only thing similar about the two devices is the black body and white “ink” color scheme that they both use. That is where similarity ends. Users can only store one page of notes on the E-Note – and they can’t even transfer it out from the device. If you’re planning to write your novel on this or draw a comic that is longer than one page long , you’re going to have to look elsewhere.
However, as a simple grocery list or as a notice board for your fridge door to have, the E-Note would be perfect. The fact that it has a battery that lasts up to 5 years or 50,000 erasures makes it perfect just for that. If you think the E-Note tickles your fancy and you could see yourself using one, just head over to USB.Brando.com to get one. It is on sale now for $52.
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