Hi-Tech Launches Electronic Diary in India17 Sep 2010
Hi-Tech Solution has launched an Electronic Diary named as eDiary, which that captures handwritten notes on plain paper and then stores the notes to memory and uploads them to a PC. The eDiary has a paper notebook and a digital pen, along with a flash memory card. So a user feels like he is writing on a normal diary. Whatever a user writes gets converted into text along with drawing. The text can be edited on the PC after the transfer.
Hi-Tech claims that the eDiary has built-in flash memory, which can save up to 100 pages of notes. These can later be downloaded to PC through USB cable. A user can search this eDiary for any specific word as well. The eDiary also has functions like schedule, to-do list and note appointments. A user can also take printouts, share the hand written notes by email or transfer hand-made sketches to editing software such as MS-Paint and CorelDraw, after converting to tiff format.
“My ambition is to see an eDairy in the hands of every student and professional in India. With Grassroots now taking care of our distribution and marketing, I am certain that within no time it will be as much a part of our lives as a cell phone is – we don’t leave home without it”, said P. S. Moorthy Managing Director of Hitech Solutions.
The Hi-Tech eDiary is available with one year warranty at the price of Rs. 9,350.
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