If you can’t afford the real iPAD, why not the iNote Pad?
The iPad is a great gadget, but it isn’t cheap. For all you apple fans that can’t quite stretch to the £500 odd quid for a real iPad, worry not. There is a cheeky little alternative.
The iNote pad is a paper look-alike that is much cheaper. It has a 9.7″ display (writing area) with 60 pages made up of vertical and horizontal lined and blank pages. Just like the real thing, you can use the iNote pad in any orientation. It features an acetate front sheet and a hardboard back to add to its iPad looks. Rest easy when you see your kids with colouring pens as the iNote pad is compatible with all forms of writing device.
The iNotePad’s “crisp, high resolution paper display and incredible graphics capability” make it the perfect portable accessory for jotting messages, composing pictures and storing work - all this without the need for batteries or a convenient power point. The ergonomic design makes it easy to flip through pages using only your fingertips and best of all, it’s guaranteed never to crash. Though the iNotePad itself is, sadly, Wi-Fi-less, “it’s thin and light enough to take anywhere.”
• Looks exactly like an iPad!
• Acetate front sheet and hardboard back
• 60 pages
• 3 different page styles: vertical lined, horizontal lined and plain
• Measures approximately 24.5cm(L) x 19cm(W) x 1cm(D)