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|Capture stylus-based handwriting for writing notes in the Asus EA800 PDA. With 4GB internal memory, the Asus Eee Note e-Book reader allows you to store up to 20,000 handwritten notes or 10,000 ebooks. The integrated WiFi connectivity in this Asus PDA allows you to access online content easily. These 42 templates with customizable tag options in this Asus Eee Note e-Book reader allow you to give a personal touch to your notes. The built-in camera and voice recorder facilitate instant information capture in the Asus EA800 PDA. The ultra-sensitive touchscreen of this Asus PDA makes your work easier and faster.|
|Family Line||Eee Pad|
|Display Size||8in (20.32 cm)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||4 GB|
|Supported File Types||BMP, DOC, DOCX, GIF, JPEG, MP3, PDF, PNG, PPT, PPTX, TXT, XLS, XLSX, ePub|
|Processor Speed||630 MHz|
|Rear Camera Resolution||2 megapixel|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Expandability||MMC Slot, SD Card Slot, SDHC Card Slot|
|Wireless capabilities||WLAN 802.11b, WLAN 802.11g|
|Width||8.756in (22.24 cm)|
|Depth||0.4in (1.1 cm)|
|Weight||1.146lb (0.52 kg)|
Average review score based on 7 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I bought the EEE Note to replace my paper notebook for taking notes in meetings, and to read e-books/pdf documents while commuting. I have used it for a few weeks now and it has worked great for those purposes.
- Easy to import your old paper notes (in pdf format)
- Excellent pen response and accuracy when writing on the screen - this is where it beats color tablets
- Easy-to use, logical user interface
- Great battery life (usually 4-5 workdays between charges)
- Excellent search functions (very fast, search title and keywords, a specific file type or all files, does not lose search results after opening one of the files, you can search for keywords with a single tap)
- Zoom and tilt functions for pdf viewing
- Decent recorded sound quality
- Perfect size for office or commuting
- Stylus stays in a slot on top of the tablet
- Nice protective case and extra stylus included
- Excellent value for money, cheaper than any other device (e-ink / color LCD) with similar capabilites
- Screen is hard to read in low light conditions, contrast is much lower than e-ink
- On-screen keyboard and virtual buttons could be faster to react (e.g. when typing note titles and keywords)
- Does not recognize handwriting, your notes are stored as pictures
Update 6 Sept 2013:
- Since 2012, export to Evernote no longer works (Asus did not keep up with Evernote security enhancements).
- The synchronisation software works reliably now that I have moved from an old PC to a newer one (with Win 7), so it is easy to back up my notes.
Not the e-ink display of a kindle or nook but looks just as good to me. I haven't used it long enough to judge eye strain. I imagine it's not as good as the e-ink but better than an iPad since the screen is not backlit. Most importantly, it's great for handwriting notes - no more paper notebooks for me. Size is perfect. The six inch kindle is too small for me. I give it 4 stars instead of 5 because I would prefer a larger, more comfortable stylus - something that felt like a real pen in the hand although the included stylus is perfectly usable. I also hate the touch controls at the bottom (also hated them on the irex drs1000). They are easily disabled so you don't accidentally touch them as you are writing or drawing but I would prefer push buttons on the sides like the kindle. Overall don't regret the purchase at all.
I prefer to write stuff using a pen and paper rather than type it out - this includes essentially scribbling quick notes during meetings, creating to do tasks for the day, shopping lists etc. Though i owned a tablet (kindle fire 1) but storing lists on that, despite excellent apps was a chore that came in the way of, rather than suppliment, thinking.
This device is an excelent note taking machine and more.
The screen contrast, though not the greatest is more than passable for a man of average eyesight.
The greatest advantage however has been writing questions/insights using the stylus/pen while reading ebooks.
Please watch some jesse b anderson videos on youtube for more info on this device.
The device is very nice for scribble, and doing schoolwork. The text is a little coarse when it is converted to pdf.
Out from the box you get NTE files , those are actually CAB files, so just rename the file to a cab file, and inside you find the notes as gif files(why not tell us ASUS).
Quick start,Long Life Battery.
HandWriting not on papers,on this device.
Cheap to ability.
And it works on Linux,not on Windows.