Showing posts with label eInk. Show all posts
Showing posts with label eInk. Show all posts

Friday, May 1, 2015

NoteSlate Pre-orders

Pre-order for $199... shipping in September for Collector's Edition and October for the standard version.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Back from the grave - at least to tweet. I'd like to know their future plans, but I'm not in Prague at the moment.
noteslate Join our talk tomorrow at Pioneers Unplugged at @techsquarecz in Prague. Our story, lessons, future plans,...
Wed, May 08 05:38:52 from web

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Free Books

I really like the form factor of my Android Nook. I've been enjoying it even more recently for using Google Reader, Kindle/Nook/Aldiko/Google Books apps, and the YouVersion Bible. If surfing/the browser was better, it would get the full Brick Seal of Approval.

My buddy at work brought in his brand new Kindle Fire. I think I would like it, too.

I have been reading enough on the Android Nook that I think I might want a true e-ink reader like the Kindle Touch. A recent evening spent at the local ER (good times!) made me realize the value of a device that works for weeks on a single charge.

Which all brings me to this link to free books from Baen for your tablet or e-reader of choice. Here is their philosophy for offering free books.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

NoteSlate - Vaporware

I knew it was probably too good to be true... a $99 digital e-ink legal pad replacement. So, I'm calling it - TOVD (Time of Vaporware Declaration) 5:45PM.

The last couple of tweets from NoteSlate have confirmed it for me - both on the price and technology fronts.

From today:
"We can´t hit the $99 end price for NoteSlate device... is going from low-tech vision to hi-tech reality.Sorry for our preliminary statement."
From July 14:
"We`re still solving prototype, firmware & legals for next web(v3.0) update - vision into reality. Lot of work on table. Sorry for delay."

Thursday, February 17, 2011


I hope the NoteSlate isn't vaporware. I love the idea of a simple, single-function device that can replace my legal pads. This would be a lot better than the pens that record what you write, but require special graph paper. From $99... sweet!

From Brick O'Lore