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Hannspree launches an eight-inch note-taking tablet

By Ken Wong - on 7 Dec 2021, 12:33pm

Hannspree launches an eight-inch note-taking tablet

The HannsNote removes any distractions from your note-taking. Image source: Hannspree.

While modern tablets are a jack of all trades and do everything from playing games, to watching streaming content, and even allowing us to do work, sometimes all we need is something simple. And this is where the Hannspree HannsNote comes in.

Hannspree’s new Hannspree HannsNote tablet does just that, take notes. With no distractions like emails, games, videos, etc, nothing will interfere with your ideas and work as you jot your notes down. And it can store your note, up to 1,000 of them in colour, for you at a time with more kept in cloud-based storage.  

The HannsNote has an eight-inch IPS HD (800 x 1,280) display with 16.7 million colours. The processor is an STM32F769, and it also comes with 16MB of RAM and 128MB of storage.

The HannsPen is powered by the Wacom Electro-Magnetic Resonance technology that works together with the EMR sensors under the display so that the battery-less pen requires no charging to work. Plus, it even comes with an eraser in case you make any mistakes.

The 5,000mAh battery can last up to 365 days in standby time and still wake up in one second after hibernation. It also claims a constant use of up to seven days. But that’s not all, it can also be used as a power bank to charge your smartphone.

The Android and iOS app allow users to record, manage, and share data while syncing with the Hannspree Note.

 

Pricing and availability

The case lets you store cards and the pen. Image source: Hannspree.

The Hannspree Hannsnote eight-inch tablet is available from their Lazada online store for S$269 now.

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