The Noteslate Paper Tablet is a direct remake of the traditional notepad in electronic form. Paper has been replaced by an electronic display, the pen replaced by a stylus and the best thing is that it comes in all sorts of funky colors – let’s hope there’s pink.

The Noteslate Paper Tablet is an electronic note-taking device that comes with a surface specifically for taking notes with a stylus and the capability to store handwritten notes into memory. It has a battery life of over 180 hours which is a major plus for students who tend to study for extended periods of time close to exams.

A nice little feature added to the Noteslate Paper Tablet is the addition of an MP3 player to the device, allowing users to listen to music as they study. Estimated street price of this gadget is set at $100 and it is slated for a June 2011 release.