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iNotePad isn’t an iPad but you can scribble on it better than on a real iPad


If you can’t afford an iPad as a Christmas gift, you’d probably wanna consider the iNotePad. The iNotePad does not have a multi-touch display but it also allows you to draw or scribble on it and it’s definitely more responsive than the iPad’s touchscreen display.

The iNotePad is actually a 60-page notepad, disguised as an iPad, with an acetate front sheet and hardboard back.

Its 9.7-inch paper display features three page styles: vertical lined, horizontal lined and blank. This means the iNotePad can be used in all orientations and is compatible with most hardware, including pens, pencils and crayons.

Okay, okay, we know this is just a pad of paper disguised as an iPad but it’s one in the eye for iBores who can’t stop prattling on about their wonder gizmo. Start doodling on this baby during a meeting and we guarantee the boss will applaud your subversive sense of humour before giving you a raise. Assuming he’s not Steve Jobs.

The iNotePad is now available on Firebox for $15 only, while an iPad costs you at least $500.


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