Newyes Smart Pen Turns Handwritten Content into Digital Notes

Newyes smart pen is designed to turn your handwritten content into digital notes with an integrated camera, so you can more conveniently store and share your notes while remaining traditional handwriting. Like the idea? Let’s keep checking.

Newyes Smart Pen Turns Handwritten Content into Digital Notes

The smart pen is an advanced, Bluetooth-enabled refillable ballpoint pen. As shown in the images, the solid black matte finished exterior delivers a minimal and elegant appearance design, and the ergonomic design lets you comfortably hold it in your hand.

The smart pen features a specially designed algorithm with a unique micro dot pattern and built-in camera to capture the accurate location of everything you write and draw, so when you write on an included specially designed A5 notebook with 80 sheets, the smartpen will transmit your handwriting content to your smartphone without losing your notes over Bluetooth.

Newyes Smart Pen Turns Handwritten Content into Digital Notes

Furthermore, using built-in 32MB storage capacity, the smart pen can store 800 pages of A5 content, and you can easily share your notes and ideas with your friends, family or colleagues via social media with a press of a button. Moreover, the smartpen also features 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity to fit for design art, painting creation and simple doodle.

Its companion app supports handwriting recognition in order to turn your handwritten content into editable text. The smart pen allows to add a voice memo to your note, which makes it ideal for any conference or lecture. In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers continuously writing more than 8 hours.

The smart pen with an included notebook and 3 refills is priced at $129 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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