[NTLK] HTC Flyer
rodlavo at gmail.com
Wed Feb 16 23:19:32 EST 2011
Have a look at the video in this link:
The MyScribe app seems to be on par with a 2100 in the time it takes to
convert hw to text. Would be nice to have a vanilla version of Android on
there rather than some of the bloatware like Sense though.
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 11:53 AM, L.W. Brown <lwb at mac.com> wrote:
> Watching one long video, it doesn't seem as slow as others, and they seem
> to have done a decent job in putting a pretty & functional shell on the OS,
> so it may be even better with the updated tablet version of Android. The
> notes seem much more integrated than on most pads - note "linking" is
> /almost/ up to par with Newton's data sharing (it's not automatic, but it is
> available to more than one app). I did /not/ see any HWR at all, even tho
> the display person ran out of things to mention.
> Certainly the best effort I've seen a long time, tho not at all cheap at
> approximately $800.
> L.W. Brown via ¡Pad
> On Feb 16, 2011, at 19:20, Steven Frank <stevenfrank880 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Nobody that I've read seems to have a straight answer on how it
> > handles your palm coming in contact with the screen while writing (as
> > it is also touch-sensitive, in addition to pen input).
> > I'm hoping they actually have a solution, but I've been disappointed
> > so many times by note-taking devices that stupidly can't reject
> > accidental contact, rendering them effectively useless as notepads
> > (see also: Sony e-Reader Touch Edition).
> > On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 7:07 PM, Rod Lavington <rodlavo at gmail.com>
> >> Anyone been reading the guff on this new 7" tablet from HTC? Comes with
> >> digitizer and powered pen, and htc have a good note taking app too.
> >> something that might come close to a Newt!
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