NoteLege – your iPad note-taking app that takes the hassle out of organizing your notes and thoughts

We’re in the information age now. Everything gets around faster and the number of sources and amount of information we need to remember can get overwhelming. Now, for those who own an iPad, let me suggest you a great note-taking application that combines handwriting, typing, audio and video recording. The application is called NoteLedge and it’s developed by Kdan Mobile.

NoteLedge lets you easily jot down your thoughts many ways. There is a full set of a scribble pen, highlighter and eraser for you to sketch down anything that flashes through your mind. NoteLedge also allows you to record multiple audio and video files and place them literally anywhere you like within the notes. As for innovation, there is a patented feature, “Navigator”, a tool that let’s you crop selected contents the way you want and paste them anywhere within the notes.

NoteLedge also allows you to back up notes to cloud and share your notes throught email in either JPG or PDF formats. For easy backup, there is wide range of cloud storage services such as DropBox, iDisk, Box.net, GoogleDocs, and FTP.

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NAV7 PC Tablet is now available for pre-order

Netbook Navigator, a leading provider of mobile devices, today announced the launch of the NAV7 Slate PC. Powered by Windows® 7 and loaded with innovative best-in-class features, this cutting-edge new tablet redefines the concept of wireless PC mobility. Weighing just 1.25 lbs and equipped with a 1.6GHz Intel processor, up to 2GB RAM, 1.8” Solid State hard drive with up to 64GB of storage, 2 USB ports, front-side webcam, WIFI, Bluetooth and optional embedded 3G broadband, the NAV7 is essentially a full computer that can be carried with you practically anywhere.

The product is also loaded with a unique combination of features not seen before on a 7-inch tablet, including a back-side touchpad with mouse buttons, a swappable battery good for at least 4 hours per charge, and integrated accelerometer. In addition to the NAV7’s ultra-responsive 1024×600 capacitive LCD screen, the touchpad lets users experience the full Windows environment with the accurate precision and control of a mouse click, greatly enhancing productivity and providing an alternative method for PC application management and desktop navigation.

The NAV7 is now available for pre-order in limited quantities on first come, first serve basis with over 30 different configuration options starting from $649. Orders placed in March are expected to ship in May 2011.

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