happypamama Posted June 13, 2012 Share Posted June 13, 2012 Please bear with me, as I know this is a bit of a silly question. I don't really speak tech. With the changes coming to Verizon, I am looking into some options, and it might be time for me to switch to some sort of smartphone. We've seen some ads for ones that look kind of like mini tablets -- you can write on them. Which phones can do that? And if you write on them and make a list, can you save that list and start a new one? If switching to a smartphone makes better financial sense for us (by letting us eliminate home DSL internet), I might go for that, but I would really be swayed if my phone can also act as a notepad. Not a typed list; it would need to be something I could write on with a stylus and make changes to, just like I do my grocery list on paper. It would just eliminate my bilion notebooks that end up everywhere. While I'm on the subject, smartphones can also have an app that lets them act like a Kindle, yes? We rarely buy books because we have great libraries around here, so a Kindle hasn't appealed to me, but if e-library books become more popular around here, I might be more interested in the Kindle app. But the notepad feature would be nice. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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