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Nice tool for school but needs ergo keyboard
on December 1, 2012
I purchased the Neo2 for taking notes in college classes as I am unable to write. It does the job, but not a great job. Because the keyboard is not ergonomic, nor is there a way to attach a better keyboard, my spelling on the Neo is horrendous. It is also difficult to see the cursor when attempting to move it around in the text to make corrections, so I gave up on that. After each lecture, I transfer the file to the computer, then Save As a Word document, then run spell checker, then try to get the notes better organized. I also record the lecture and transcribe the recording against the Neo text file and I miss about 10% of it on the Neo. I am actually a fast and accurate typist with an ergonomic keyboard, so using the Neo is quite frustrating for me, but at least I get the notes. Unfortunately, it will have to be an expensive stop-gap tool until I can afford something better.