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Best Digital Notebook Options

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I am in school and I'm looking for the best purchasing options for a digital notebook. First and foremost, I would prefer a tablet. I'd like for it to convert handwriting to text and contain multiple pages at a time that I can swipe through. I also need to be able to paste charts, tables, and pictures within my notes. I would like it to have saving and exporting options as well. All of my devices are Google backed, so unforunately Apple products will not be compatible with my current setup.


*An added bonus would ideally be something compatible with a fairly decent drawing app.

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Actually, you need a tablet (or a computer or another device) and a software to give you the opportunity to use it as a notebook. Personally, I use OneNote (Microsoft) and I am very happy with it. Everyone with a Microsoft account can have access to it. Reed here to find more: OneNote: an electronic notebook!

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