Thursday, October 30, 2014


Hemingwrite "is-a single purpose, distraction-free writing composition device. It combines the simplicity of a 90s era word processor with the modern tech we all require like cloud backups and integration into our favorite document editors like Google docs and Evernote."

If it integrates with Google docs and Evernote, it is an improvement over the Neo 2. But the form factor seems regressive. It's too bulky. Why does it actually have to look like a typewrier?

1 comment:

Michael Leddy said...

One could use a full-screen text editor and an app to block wireless. That seems to me a simpler solution. But as they say, whatever works. I just don’t see the fascination.

Are the keys unlabeled? Even the photos on their website show blank keys.