Mumbai, September 17, 2010: Hi-Tech Solutions, a company that develops and manufactures innovative products to increase the personal and corporate productivity of every computer user announced the launch of world’s first electronic diary “eDiary” which is a simple, smart, sleek and stylish note-book that can be carried by everyone. Costing as little as a - mid-end cell phone, the eDiary frees the users to write normally (on any paper of their choice) and still be able to store the information digitally. It does away with the need for typing or looking for a source to charge the lap-top, thus freeing up the users.
The eDiary comes with a standard B5-sized paper notebook fitted with a small base unit placed on the top-margin and a special electronic pen (e-Pen). The ePen functions as any normal writing instrument with a normal changeable refill and has additional electronics that works with the base unit to capture the handwriting strokes. eDairy has built-in memory to save up to 100 pages of written notes at a time, which can later be downloaded to a PC with the help of USB cable. Weighing only 40 grams more than a regular diary of similar size, it is easy to carry in a hand-bag, knapsack or briefcase.
Software application provided with the eDiary include functionality to organize notes and convert the handwritten notes to normal computer text. This portable device enables users to search files by name, date and even search a specific word within notes. eDiary also incorporates features like schedule to make it easy to work with to-do lists and note appointments. The device also enables the user to take printouts, share the hand written notes by email or transfer hand-made sketches to editing software such as MS-Paint and CorelDraw, after converting to tiff format.