Gear: Asus Eee Note EA-800, eReader Tablets, EverNote, MS OneNote, ABBY FineReader.
Why use Evernote?
Because it syncs to everything. Written notes from one device can be synced to all of your devices (cell phones, tablets, desktop computers, laptops, etc). It's a program that just works. Evernote is a great program that I have shown before on my Lenovo S10-3T.
How does Evernote works on your Eee Note?
Evernote on the Eee Note goes only one way... from your Eee Note to Evernote. There is no two way synchronization. When you send files to Evernote from your Eee Note the system sends the entire Notebook (all pages within are sent).
Set Evernote account settings on your Eee Note:
- Settings - Cloud Service Accounts
- Select "Evernote account" and then type your Account Name and Password
- Click OK
Yes you will need your Wifi on for Evernote to work. Notes are synced to "from
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
If you want to turn your handwritten notes to text you might be disappointed. On the video above I demonstrated Microsoft OneNote and Abby FineReader Pro 10 and both did a lousy job. The best way to turn your handwritten notes into text is by typing them yourself. (you could hire someone to type the notes for you ;-) hahaha )
The Eee Note will do a fine job at handling your handwritten notes, but they are for your eyes only. Maybe changing the background to "blank" will help the whole OCR process. Obviously everyone has their own style of writing so character recognition is not going to be perfect. The OCR programs above are top class, and my handwritten notes aren't terrible.