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Previously, we gave our first impression of the crowd funded iSketchNote, which although showed great promise appeared not to be quite ready for market release. Well, since then the guys at ISKN appear to be working very hard  and have produced updates for both the iPad app and the iSketchNote's firmware. So we decided to offer our second, humble, opinion. Here is what we think. 

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Posted by on in First Impressions

I love drawing, but I've never given myself a chance to become any good at it. I love my iPad (iPad Air) too. Hence, when  I saw a device, the iSkecthNote, that happily married the two I didn't hesitate to help fund it, when it was introduced on the crowdfunding website, Kickstarter.

However, as has been symptomatic of Kickstarter projects, this one was delivered late too, but this time I didn't mind. This was because I thought that the wait would be well worth it.

When the engineers behind iSketchNote conceived of the idea they probably thought that it was very good one and if they turned it into a product they might be able to sell a few. They were wrong, it is an absolutely brilliant idea and it wouldn't surprise me if they end up selling them by the bucket load. This is my first impression of using the iSketchNote.

Just after finishing this article ISKN released app version 2.1 and the Bluetooth connectivity pairing issues seem to have improved.

UPDATE: 14/02/2015: I have now posted a follow-up review

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