San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2010
iPaperPad available in the US now.
Netmeme today announced that its iPaperPad (http://www.ipaperpad.com), which isn't magical or revolutionary, is available for purchase on Amazon. “iPaperPad is not new, it’s a paper pad.” Said Netmeme CEO Peter. “It’s not that exciting, but it delivers much more bang for your buck at $4.99 than an iPad for impressing people in coffee shops or at the workplace.”
The iPaperPad is a 25 page notepad which has the same size and look as an Apple iPad. The iPaperPad is slightly smaller than a standard notepad and providing a more “intimate” experience. Because of its smaller size it is also lighter than a standard notepad and it requires no batteries making it the obvious choice over the iPad for airplane flights lasting over 10 hours.
iPaperPad’s un-revolutionary paper surface makes for a traditional experience. Reading and writing mail on iPaperPad pages is easy as well as gluing photos onto the paper. The removable pages make it easy to create albums and slideshows. By leaving the page bindings intact the iPaperPad can function as a flipbook.
There is not an app store with 150,000 apps but the iPaperPad supports all existing writing instruments, scissors, and glue currently compatible with paper technology. This includes any items previously purchased by an iPaperPad customer for manipulating paper. There are no developers currently creating exciting paper manipulating items for the iPaperPad.
This is the only model. When it sells out it’s gone. Sales will start in the US and if it flops sales will expand to Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, Switzerland, and the UK where hopefully people will have a better sense of humor. If it really flops sales will expand to additional countries, except Greece.
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