Designers, artists or anyone else that requires digital copies of their notes might be interested in the new smartpen called the Neo N2 which has been designed by NeoLAB based in Sydney Australia.
The Neo smartpen N2 has been specifically designed to allow users to write on paper but also simultaneously create a digital copy on their mobile devices and computers. To learn more about how the Neo N2 smartpen functions watch the video below.
The Neo Smartpen N2 is compatible with Microsoft Windows, Apple iOS and Google Android devices and has been designed to be a similar size to that of a regular ballpoint pen. Rather than any thick, heavy drawing implement that is sometimes associated with digital pens.Its creators explain a little more about the design of the new smart pen :
“No receiver needed, no need to switch the pen on, no need for smart device. Use it like an iPhone; you do’t need to re-boot whenever you call. Begin to write, and N2 will automatically turn on and save everything you wrote.This is called auto saving.
N2 can store up to 1,000 pages by itself. Once you connect N2 to smart device, the app will automatically archive the notes by date, location and page. This is called auto archiving.
Later, you will be able to access your history whenever you want. If you write on the page again, the app will automatically find that page and navigate it. This is called page navigation.
Your contents will seamlessly sync with Evernote. You can also share them via SNS, and send email by a single pen-action. This is called sync & share.”
The Neo Smartpen N2 project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $20,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Neo N2 is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help the N2 become a reality.
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