Difference between revisions of "E-note"
(what the heck is the difference between enote 5 and 6 models?)
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The SHI E-note is a handheld device capable of storing the written word. It is frequently used for business compositions, writing resumes, news articles, and flyers. The difference between the E-note 5 and 6 models are unknown at this time.
An attached E-print device allows for documents to be distributed in hard copy. E-memory modules, available in 10000u and 25000u storage capacities, are required for data transfer and storage electronically. E-notes are not able to connect to the GRID the way that the NLM Liteterm can.