OneNote vs. EverNoteLet the productivity battle begin!
CNET has two recent reviews of both One Note and EverNote(beta). I'm recent convert to One Note simply because it enhances and extends my Toshiba Portege M205 Tablet PC. I can copy screen clippings, drag pics, pull URL's, whatever. The possibilities are nearly limitless. In addition, you can organize your thoughts with a tabbed notebook interface that doesn't exist in any other Office product. One Note also fully supports digital ink making it a must-have for any Tablet PC owner. So why even look at Evernote (or anything else for that matter)? Simple: cost. OneNote retails for $99, while Evernote retails for $0. That's right: free!
Over the next few weeks in my spare time (yeah right!), I'll take a look at EverNote and see if it can replace OneNote for me. In the meantime, if you are either a OneNote or EverNote user, chime in with a comment and let me know which you use and why.
For the CNET reviews, click the respective product image above.