A new Moleskine Smart Notebook has been unveiled this week which builds on the previous smart notebooks released by the company which already connect to Adobe’s Creative Cloud. The latest notebook has now been designed to work with Microsoft Office thanks to a partnership between Moleskine and Microsoft which is also created a new Windows 10 app for Moleskine’s ‘Smart Writing System’ based on the Kickstarter funded Neo-smart pen.
If you are not aware of the new range of smart notebooks from Moleskine watch the video embedded below for a quick demonstration.
The Paper Tablet uses invisible Ncoded technology embedded within each page, which enables the Smart Writing Set Pen+ to recognize where it is within the notebook and to transfer all your freehand notes from page to screen in real time. It allows you to smoothly digitize, edit, organize and share handwritten notes and sketches made on the move, for seamless integration between paper and cloud.
The Paper Tablet gives you the freedom to capture your ideas by hand on paper, teamed with all the advantages of digital creativity. Distinctively rounded pages project beyond the cover to reflect the shape and look of a digital tablet, while thicker and more resistant 100 g/m² paper provides the perfect surface for writing and sketching.
For more information jump over to the official Moleskine website by following the link below.