Sit back and take notes while we… talk about Supernote. This note-taking app quietly debuted on the Eee Pad Transformer
earlier this month, when ASUS rolled out an OTA update
to Android 3.2.1, but the company has now provided substantially more details on the feature, which promises to “revolutionize the way you take notes in class.” With Supernote onboard, students can write or scribble using either the keyboard or their own fingers. That isn’t exactly enthralling, in and of itself, but what’s cool is the fact that Supernote will convert each hand-drawn item into an image, allowing users to seamlessly modify or delete their own characters as if they were typed text. The tool also makes it easy to insert graphs or charts, thanks to an “Add Annotation” option that integrates diagrams directly into your lecture notes. And, perhaps best of all, the app will even let you insert photos, meaning you can just take a shot of your professor’s blackboard and worry about understanding it later. Intrigued? Check out a demo video, after the break.
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ASUS hasn’t really had to twist consumers’ wallet-carrying wrists to get its Eee Pad Transformer
off retailers’ shelves and into homes
— the tablet practically walks itself
. Which makes the company’s latest attempt at viral marketing come off as more of an exercise in unnecessary bragging, than a straight, feature-touting webmercial. The video, made for the hardware maker’s college-focused Campus Life website, walks viewers through a brief description of the Gorilla Glass coating that gives the Honeycomb-based tab its damage-resistant properties, before putting the slate through a series of stress tests
. While we’ve always been told sticks and stones would break our
bones, apparently keys, Canadian change and screws won’t harm the Transformer. The sole chink in this popular pad’s ion exchanging armor? Archery, of course.
Continue reading ASUS Eee Pad Transformer resists Canadian coins, does not survive slings and arrows (video)
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