PITTSBURGH, PA (PRWEB) December 04, 2016
"I wanted to capture all of my great ideas, but I did not want to have to stop what I was doing to write them down," said an inventor from Bowie, Md. "I thought that it would be great if I could just speak my ideas out loud, and my invention would record the data for later use."
He developed the ALGENON'S PERSONAL DIARY to offer a convenient way to capture great ideas when they pop into mind. The unit stores data which can be retrieved easily at a later time. It eliminates the need to pause in the middle of a task in order to record ideas, which saves valuable time and effort. The device is ideal for use by on-the-go individuals, and also the elderly. Furthermore, the invention is designed to be compact, lightweight and unobtrusive.
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