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Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Sharp To Release Compact Digital Notepad


Sharp will release next month in Japan the WG-N10, a 6-inch digital notepad designed for storing your everyday notes.

The device has an LCD monochrome display on which users can write on using the bundled pen-shaped stylus. The notepad is able to hold up to 1,000 pages of hand-written notes. It also syncs with a computer using a microUSB connector.

The WG-N10 weighs 210 grams and measures 11.1cm wide, 15.5cm tall, and 9.9mm thick. It also has 60 hours of battery life.



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