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Take Note of iBall… and the world will take note of you!
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Jul '08
On 27th May 2006 iBall launched an innovation in human interface with digital world.

iBall, a premier brand for desktop computing products and renowned for its innovations launched yet another intriguing innovation …..iBall Take Note. iBall received overwhelming response for 'Take Note' from many parts of the country from individuals and corporates of diverse fields.

iBall Take Note uses the ordinary paper and a ball point pen to write. It digitally records all the notes, ideas, drawings, sketches and flow charts in the pad's built-in flash memory. iBall Take Note enables one to work in a way all are most familiar with, the use of pen and paper.

Discover the freedom to write, create and email your notes in your own handwriting. Whether you are in or out of your office - iBall Take Note makes you completely organised and more versatile and gives you complete mobility.

Write. Save. Share your ideas. Anytime, Anywhere iBall Take Note is a very simple device yet highly innovative. Its usefulness lies in its simplicity. It is true to the saying 'Technology should bring more comfort and make life easier'.

To very briefly explain:
• iBall Take Note is a stand-alone device with storage capacity that digitally captures and stores everything one writes or draws on a paper.
• The beauty lies in the fact that it is not required to be connected to the computer while using.
• No special paper or ink is required. It uses the standard paper and ball point ink cartridge easily available at any stationery shop.
• One can download the captured file anytime later at one's convenience on to a PC or a laptop.
• The downloaded files can be edited, modified, colored, converted to text and much more.
• These files can be easily mailed or stored for future.
• Ultra light weight and easy to carry anywhere and everywhere.

Time honoured tradition of writing on paper is the most simplest and comfortable way of writing. Without changing the way of natural working, iBall Take Note uses the ordinary paper and a ball point pen to write. It digitally records all the notes, ideas, drawings, sketches and flow charts in the pad's built-in flash memory. iBall Take Note enables one to work in a way all are most familiar with, the use of pen and paper.

Portable & Flexible:
It is extremely portable and light weight. One can carry it with ease anywhere and write or sketch as one always does with a paper and pen. The iBall Take Note allows you to manage your handwritten notes most conveniently. Included with the package is the software with which you can easily edit and organize all your digital notes.

Handwritten notes can be edited, modified, highlighted, colored, erased and much more can be done with this software. You can also save it as a book file or an individual file. The notes so downloaded to computer can be easily emailed. The built-in 32 MB Ram can store over 150 pages. A CF expansion slot can have up-to additional 512 MB.

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