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November 10, 2007


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Donna Druchunas

I want one. I wonder if I'd use it though? Hmmm. Maybe it would be a good companion when I go to Europe, although I may have to take my laptop anyway to do other work. Something to think about.... I like the idea of not being so easy to go back and look at what you've written. I waste time sometimes when I could be moving forward by jumping around in my file.

Abby Franquemont

Omigod... I think I want one of those. The mind reels.


I've got to get me one of these! I've never heard of this before, but I'm in love. I'd wanted to get a laptop so I could write, but this is much more practical and serves my purpose better. Great find! Thanks.

Susan Gallacher-Turner

Wow...this sounds like a cool tool...I love tools.

P.S. I used that Ambrose Worrall quote on my blog last week, I hope you don't mind...I did credit your blog.

Kristi aka Fiber Fool

Drew loved his Neo last year, but alas the new MacBook has replaced his love of it. But, he is disciplined enough to turn off Wi-Fi and not edit. But all the things you mentioned were exactly what he loved about it. I hope you continue to enjoy it!

Drew Schwickerath

The Neo is a handy-dandy thing. I've been using one on and off for the past couple years and the portability is hard to beat.

Unfortunately now I am doing a broader range of tasks on the go--especially music composition--so my laptop goes with me pretty much everywhere these days.

If anyone is interested in a gently used Neo with the rechargeable battery option (can still be swapped out for 3 AAs) and the Neoprene case, let me know. It seems a shame to have it seeing so little use when it is such a handy device.


This post looks a lot like the one at Queen of Socks! LOL.
I've had Alphie for three years now and couldn't do without him for all the reasons you mention, and being able to schlepp him all over the three acres to write with no fear of dirt damage. The things are indestructible!

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