As a busy businessperson on the go, sometimes you just don’t have the capabilities to properly store all your notes and papers. And, after all, not everything can be stored electronically. Sometimes you’re on the phone with a client and you end up scribbling notes on a sticky pad. Other times, you get a call from your boss on the weekend and you write out some thoughts on a napkin. Whatever the case may be, even though we’re a highly technology-reliant society, paper notes will always exist, and so the issue of keeping those paper notes organized will continue to exist as well.
NoteTower is hoping to remedy that situation, though. NoteTower provides travelers and everyone in some business capacity in general with an easy way to store their notes, whether it be a sticky note, photo, flyer, invitation, piece of mail, you name it.
The NoteTower comes in several different varieties. One is a desktop organizer that’s just the tower on its own. Basically, it’s a thin organizer with a row of prongs attached that can hold various paper items in one place in a way that displays them easily to the viewer. However, if you don’t have a desk and want to still see your notes on the go, any time, you can use the NoteTower Monitor Mount. This handy mount still has the same rows of prongs that can hold up to eight notes at once, but it clips onto the side of your monitor, and not just desktop monitors, but laptop screens as well.
Intrigued? You can get your own NoteTower Monitor Mount for just $20.
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