Friday, February 26, 2010
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Other Apple Hardware" @ 07:00 AM
"Social note-taking service Evernote may be available on the desktop and six different mobile platforms including the iPhone, but now it can boast its presence on a unique piece of hardware: your printer."
Evernote is a very slick program, for your desktop and iPhone. And as of Tuesday this week you can use Lexmark's SmartSolution Interact, Prestige and Platinum printers to automatically send and store scans in your Evernote account. Seems like a pretty smart addition for a printer/scanner that already comes with several apps such as Google Calendar and MSNBC Headlines. This wouldn't necessarily convince me to buy the printer if it didn't have the qualities in the printing and scanning that I needed however. Would it convince you?