Now Is The Time To Write Your Memoirs With The HemingWrite

In a world of constant connection, disconnecting is not such a bad thing.

If you are trying to write something, you are probably using your laptop that keeps sending you all sorts of notifications at all time, including FaceTime calls from your mother. Of course you could disable this in a matter of a few clicks but look at this baby, The Hemingwrite, 100% distraction free:


Not only I love the design but the idea is great. You don’t even have to be a writer to have one, in fact you may just want to start writing your own memoirs. Maybe you think, those memoirs won’t really be of any use, but imagine if one of your parents or loved one that is now gone from this world would have written some sort of memoirs for you to discover many years later. Understand someone’s story, their experiences, what they have learned is a unique experience. You may even understand yourself better by writing your own story … so what are you waiting for?



6+ week projected battery life – Pull a Thoreau and take the Hemingwrite to your off-the-grid cabin in the woods

1 million+ page memory – Never worry about having to delete old documents

Best typing experience with the highest quality mechanical keyboard switches – remember those old keyboards with great tactile feedback? This is like that but better.

Daylight readable, high contrast screen with backlight for writing indoors, outdoors in the daytime or at night

Syncs with your favorite cloud apps like Evernote and Google Docs so you can review and edit your documents later

Beautiful retro-modern design with built-in handle for easy portability


Writing is hard, really hard! For most of us that haven’t written anything since high school, we don’t have the ability to write elegant prose. We need all the help we can get!

The Hemingwrite is designed to aid both the new and established writer by providing a robust writing tool that completely removes all distraction from our daily connected lives. Wifi connectivity has been included to sync to the cloud but without a browser or email client there will be no playing angry birds or checking email. The Hemingwrite is designed for one thing and one thing only: putting words on a page.

Sit down and just write

Interest in writing is at an all time high. The maturation of blogging and the ability to self-publish with greater ease than ever before has put writing on the minds of many non-writers. More and more people are discovering that writing is the outlet they have been looking for but can’t seem to find the way to get words on the page.

The diligent have discovered the myriad of software tools out there to help us write. Tools like Momentum Writer and IAwriter have been downloaded millions of times and are great at removing distraction but they still don’t provide the pure experience of a typewriter.

The Hemingwrite provides the distraction free environment people crave while also giving them a familiar keyboard and a robust digital experience. People don’t have to fuss with ribbons, jammed hammers or spilling coffee on their manuscript anymore. The Hemingwrite will help you put words on a page better than any other tool ever made. And with constant backups to the cloud, you never have to worry about losing your work.

Technical Specs*

6″ E Ink screen
Die-cast aluminum case
Instant On
Ultra low power consumption
Mechanical keyboard with customizable Cherry MX switches
Evernote and Google Docs API integration for constant backups
Wifi and Bluetooth LE
Approximately 4lbs
8″ L x 10″ W x 2.5″ H

About The Author

Stephane Marquet
Creative Director

First of all, excuse my French! … I was born in the South of France. Lived in Paris for 10 years and travelled the world until I moved to Los Angeles in 2008, because obviously recession was a great time to move to a new country! I also arrived around Halloween and was greeted at the Social Security offices by a nurse who directed to the window Number 6 so a witch could hand me my social security number. Welcome to America. I am a painter, a photographer and the creative director of BELLO mag.

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