FreeWrite, a smart typewriter that originally launched on Kickstarter as the Hemingwrite, is finally ready for the spotlight.
Last year at CES the company showed us a prototype, and we were impressed.
As a refresher, the device is a single-purpose computer designed just for writing. FreeWrite packs a E-Ink screen, full-size mechanical keyboard, and internal storage for over one million pages of text.
Even better, the software supports document syncing via Wi-Fi with Dropbox, Evernote, and Google Drive, which will make it even easier to use the device in tandem with your other digital devices.
But why would anyone want to travel back in time and use a single-purpose computer in an age where our phones can double as Holodecks and our watches can hail Ubers? Well, probably…