Sure, you may have calendar reminders, mobile notes, and plenty of other ways to tell you about the stuff you need to get done, but there’s something charming about the analog sticky note pasted to the fridge (or wherever else). SeeNote wants to bridge that gap between the past and the future with an e-paper, touchscreen device that displays appointments, traffic, communal notes, and more.
It’s not quite as colorful as your standard sticky, and at $100 for a pre-order, it’s just a bit more expensive. But the Wi-Fi-connected device is plenty versatile, hooking up to apps like Google Maps and If This Then That. If you want one, though, you’ll have wait: the company says orders will start shipping in spring 2017.
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