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The 5-inch display gives customers a premium viewing experience with exceptionally sharp detail, and the 4:3 aspect ratio makes it ideal for reading e-books, watching videos, Web browsing and reviewing presentations. On the productive side, it sports the Polaris® Office app, allowing customers to view, create, edit and share documents, spreadsheets and presentations right on the Intuition’s large display and can even organize files by category or folder.
The QuickMemo™ app can be used with a single press of a button and allows customers to draw or write messages with the included Rubberdium™ pen. This is not your mother's stylus, it has the appropriate configuration to trigger a capacitive touchscreen, which a standard stylus will not do. But, have no fear, if you lose it, and I'm sure you will you can engage a standard household finger and use it on just about any screen. Add handwritten notes to pictures, maps, websites and easily share with friends through text messages, social media, email and more. Customize with different colors and pen types to add some of your personal flair.
Verizon says, "The Intuition also features the LG Tag+ app and two reprogrammable NFC (Near Field Communications) stickers that can be used to create and switch between different phone modes with a single tap. For example, the stickers can be posted onto an office door or bedroom nightstand and customers simply tap the NFC sticker with their phone to activate a mode and tap it again to return to their original settings. The different modes are customizable and include Car Mode, Office Mode, Sleep Mode and User Mode. Settings like Bluetooth®, GPS, Wi-Fi and more can be turned on or off by tapping the back of the Intuition on an LG Tag+ sticker."
Now that is pretty slick if you ask me.
This cool device might be right up your alley!
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