The NoteSlate tablet that’s been designed to replace paper as a note-taking device now has a proper webpage that describes the tablet in complete detail. Its specs, how it works and more. The tablet packs a 13″ (760 x 1080) display that is similar to E-ink. It can be used for writing, drawing, and even as an eBook reader. It also has a mini USB port, SD card reader, a 3.5mm audio jack, WiFi and will run on a Linux-based operating system. Judging from the photos and details provided on the site, this looks like it could be an artist’s dream sketchbook. No more having to deal with the hassles of paper, smudged drawings (although an accident involving water would probably be more drastic with this tablet) or even pencil sharpening. The NoteSlate is expected to ship in June for $99. Head here to check out the official NoteSlate website.

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