Senstone offers a highly interesting concept. The device resembles communicator badges from Star Trek, and it allows users to record all of their ideas, notes, reminders, or other interesting thoughts on the go.
The wearable can be worn as a necklace or bracelet, and it also features a clip for fixing it on a collar. All you need to do for start recording is tap the Senstone. The device will automatically record your voice, and it can stash up to two and a half hours of recordings inside its memory. Once it gets paired with a smartphone, it will automatically ship notes in the cloud, making them available to listen from any computer or a mobile device.
Senstone is great for writers, journalists, reviewers, marketers, and other people who can cherish a way to quickly record notes, without the need to write them down or record with a smartphone. The device integrates with the biggest note-taking apps like Evernote, and it can also be used to send text messages via chat apps with 12 dictation languages supported at the moment (English, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, German, Japanese, and more).
The wearable comes with a simplistically designed charging station which can be connected to any USB port. Senstone also features a minimalistic “screen” – 17 LEDs informing the user when the device gets connected to a smartphone, when it is charging, when recording starts and stops, etc.
While it may look a bit tacking and awkward when worn, Senstone does provide a fast and straightforward way to take notes. The choice is on you. If you do decide to get one, it costs $109 on IndieGoGo.