Astrohaus, makers of fine--and expensive--e-ink word processors is back with an update of their popular Freewrite machine.
It's called the Ernest Hemingway Freewrite Signature Edition (say that five times fast) and features an aluminum shell with green keycaps. It looks like something straight out of the TVA rather than a modern book-writing device.
It also comes with a briefcase-esque carrying case (or "attaché" case as they would prefer you call it) to add to the retro aesthetic.
I've always maintained the belief that Astrohaus's devices are beautiful and perfect for what they were designed to do: provide a low-power and distraction-free writing experience to those who can afford it, and the Hemingway edition is no different.
The original Freewrite retails for $600. The new Hemingway Edition comes in at a whopping $900. If you need that kind of hardware and have the money to spare, you can order your Ernest Hemingway Freewrite Signature Edition right here.
Otherwise, might I be able to interest you in a $30-$50 AlphaSmart instead?