Most people in this discussion forum probably already know about the online NeoLAB's N2 Smartpen Owners Manual posted at: http://www.neosmartp...p-support-page/
But, I would like to see much more detailed information given in the manual.
Here are a few examples:
Concerning the audible alarms of the pen, what are all the possible situations that the pen will give alarms? Does it use double beeps ever? Are different colors of LED lights used? It was during use today that I **think** I discovered that for each 10% of battery life the pen drains, it will give a single beep and flash the LED a few times. But, I'm not sure that's the case for **every** 10%, it seemed to happen when it dropped from 50% to 40% (if memory serves me correctly, perhaps it was from 40% to 30%). BTW, it seems that everytime I do check the battery level, it's always some multiple of 10% ... does it ever say that it's 53% charged? Things like this should be covered in the owners manual.
Concerning charging the battery, What's the best wattage brick to use in a wall socket in the US for charging? What LED feedback illuminations/colors are given? What do different colored LED illuminations mean? How long should it take for the pen to fully charge ? Typically, how long will the battery last if it's not paired to the app - and you choose to transfer data at the end of the day? How long does the battery typically last if you choose to keep the pen paired to the app during writing sessions?
Did you know that if the pen is ALREADY PAIRED, and you hit the Neo Notes App's PAIRING BUTTON (in iOS), you may quickly see the current battery charge level of the pen? It's a nice way to monitor your battery usage ...
These are some of the kinds of things I'd like to know the full details of the pen. I'm wondering if there are all kinds of things that I do not know about? For example, (yes I know I'm a simple person) ... it took me a while (and evena discussion thread here with NeoLABs) to learn the proper way to place the cap on the pen in order to access both the POWER button AND see the LED light through the LED slit in the cap. Users should not have to "discover" these details on their own, or after a discussion in the user's forums. There should be a complete manual for users to know EVERYTHING about the product they've purchased. :-)
Thanks for considering this request thoughtfully,