Kobo Desktop for PC Review

Kobo Desktop for PC Review

Kobo Desktop is a software suite that lets you read ebooks on a PC, laptop or 2-in-1 tablet. You can have control over the entire reading experience and also buy books directly from Kobo. If you plugin your Kobo e-reader, it will sync all of your notes, annotations...
Kindle for PC vs Kindle Cloud Reader

Kindle for PC vs Kindle Cloud Reader

Amazon has two different programs for reading on a PC or a mobile device that isn’t Android or iOS. Kindle for PC is a dedicated program for computers, tablets and 2-in-1 devices, it provides a ton of customization features while reading. The Kindle Cloud Reader is a...
Fujitsu Quaderno A5 vs Quaderno A4

Fujitsu Quaderno A5 vs Quaderno A4

Fujitsu has just got involved in the digital note taking space with two new products that were released a couple of months ago. The A5 has a 10.3 inch screen and we recently conducted an extensive review on it and the A4, has a 13.3 inch screen. One of the benefits of...
Remarkable 1 vs Fujitsu Quaderno A5

Remarkable 1 vs Fujitsu Quaderno A5

Fujitsu has a stronger name recognition in consumer electronics than Remarkable, which has only sold one product, but has a second gen model that will be available in 3-4 months. Professionals, artists and students really dig e-note devices that have E INK, since they...
Hands on Review of the Fujitsu Quaderno A5

Hands on Review of the Fujitsu Quaderno A5

The Fujitsu Quaderno A5 is a brand new 10.3 inch e-note that is designed to view and edit PDF files and freehand draw. The UI and Android OS is in English, so this device will appeal towards a wise base of users. It competes against the Sony Digital Paper DPT-CP1 and...