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    Digital Notepads

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    Any recommendations on Digital Notepads? I've been considering purchasing one and the reMarkable 2 initially caught my attention but once you add the stylus and case, it's pretty expensive for what it is. I also had a look at reviews on TrustPilot and the customer service seems pretty awful. Any other recommendations?

    Thanks

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    I use my iPad Pro and Pencil to take written notes in GoodNotes. The iPad Air also supports the Pencil. Itís a more versatile device than the Remarkable 2 but costs 40% more.

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    Agree with IPad. If you are going to carry a device it may as well be one that can do much more than just notes. The Apple Pencil is great and there are lots of good notes apps.

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    I still use a filofax as an organisor, ancient as the hills it may be, it works very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Lee View Post
    I use my iPad Pro and Pencil to take written notes in GoodNotes. The iPad Air also supports the Pencil. Itís a more versatile device than the Remarkable 2 but costs 40% more.
    With your love of fountain pens?! Shame on you. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick P View Post
    I still use a filofax as an organisor, ancient as the hills it may be, it works very well.
    How does it handle the digital aspect, as per the original post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thenikjones View Post
    How does it handle the digital aspect, as per the original post?
    It doesn't need to.

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    A different approach; few people I work with recommend Rcket Book. https://getrocketbook.co.uk/

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    I've tried a ton of note apps and different styluses for my iPad (not the pencil though I admit) and none have really captured the feel of a red and black hardback notepad and a Rotring mechanical pencil. I tend to scribble while i think 'thinking on paper' I call it and my i find the input lag of the e-devices I've tried so far is enough to stop me actually thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian2002 View Post
    I've tried a ton of note apps and different styluses for my iPad (not the pencil though I admit) and none have really captured the feel of a red and black hardback notepad and a Rotring mechanical pencil. I tend to scribble while i think 'thinking on paper' I call it and my i find the input lag of the e-devices I've tried so far is enough to stop me actually thinking.
    I found that writing on paper, then photographing and sensibility storing the pictures to work for me.

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