N world of technological Swiss army knives, and Freewrite is a high-end oyster fork. It’s a well-designed, lovable, totally inexpensive tool made for one thing: to write as you would before the existence of the Internet.
The machine is a throwback to the days of a word processor, but with two key differences. One, a Wi-Fi primitive features that save your documents to the cloud. Two, there are no arrow keys.
Astrohaus, making Freewrite, calling him a “smart typewriter.” Once you use it, you’ll understand why. Writing experience that is closer to the typewriter to a word processor, even if it seems like the last device.
He does not have much to list as a list of specifications bare necessities. Bill goes to the highest mechanical keyboard clacky fantastic. Built on top of Cherry MX brown switches, it looks great and feels. Ten-line e-ink screen is front-lit, and it pulls triple duty practical: It extends the battery life for a month, it makes words appear like they’re on real paper, and it is easy on the eyes.
Instead of navigating through menus, and there are physical keys to run files Wi-Fi and select the target device. You can wear them like Nchbox, because quite a strong presence to deal with the flip-up. And it weighs four pounds, but it feels much lighter adorn carry you love to talk and spell instead of inside the laptop bag carving shoulder.
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