Thursday, October 4, 2012
I love it when technology merges with the boundaries of the online and offline world. The latest is from Moleskine where they have partnered with Evernote to create a smart notebook to digitalise what your notes. How is this different from whipping out your phone and taking photos of your notes? Well the actual digitalising aspect isn't that much different but the cool part is in the filing system where you use special stickers to tag what you write so that when you take the photo with the Evernote app, it automatically files all the notes into the appropriate section of your notes allowing all your notes to be searchable. Available starting October 1, the Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine retails for HK$168 for the pocket version and HK$228 for the large version. Both versions come with a three month premium subscription of Evernote premium.