Equil's Smartpen 2 can transcribe your notes with out your pill's assist
The Equil JOT smartpen was a pleasant evolution on digitally-enhanced writing implements. Very similar to Livescribe’s digitizing pen, it copied all a author’s scribbles to a companion iPad app — however the JOT did not want a particular pocket book to do it. Somewhat than requiring writers to purchase particular smartpen-pleasant paper, Equil created a sensor that could possibly be hooked up to any pocket book and synced wirelessly with iOS units. Now that JOT’s rebranded successor, the Smartpen 2, does not even have to do that.
The Equil Smartpen 2 launched this week at TechCrunch disrupt, and it is principally the identical writing gadget as final yr’s mannequin, however with one necessary distinction: the pen’s pocket book sensor can save your notes regionally. Because of this you not want a smartphone or pill useful to digitize your notes, and may sync digital scribblings later at your leisure. The brand new mannequin will retail for $169, however may be had for a tad cheaper all through an Indigogo marketing campaign, which costs the gadget at $seventy nine and will increase in $10 increments as orders are crammed.
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