Digitize your notes and sketches with the smart pen from NEWYES:
Armed with a motion-tracking sensor on the within , the SyncPen turns everything you write into digital text, converting your hand-written notes, doodles, and sketches into editable digital files. The NEWYES SyncPen looks and seems like a daily ballpoint on the surface , but is filled with advanced technology that powers its capabilities.
Think of the SyncPen as a stylus which will also write of paper. The SyncPen features a micro-camera that captures what you write at a frequency of 200 frames per second, turning all of your notes into digital text which will be stored infinitely, edited, and even searched through.
The pen digitally records all of your notes onto your smart device, allowing you to seamlessly transition between physical and digital note taking.
The SyncPen’s recognizes 66 languages and may even transcribe and translate mathematical symbols. The pen actively performs handwriting recognition, enabling you to retain in your natural handwriting while it works to translate.
What’s better, you won’t need your phone or tablet when writing. NEWYES SyncPen is in a position to store up to 800 pages of notes while offline. As soon as you connect with the app, your notes are going to be transferred immediately. When using SyncPen, you’ll never lose your notes. Once your notes are transferred to the app, they’re then automatically uploaded to the cloud (the app even supports 3rd party cloud note taking apps like Evernote and OneNote).
The pen comes with a detachable refill system that allows you to replace the ballpoint nib with a capacitive tip, allowing you to use it on digital devices as a daily stylus too. When paired along side the NEWYES LCD Tablet, the SyncPen can take notes digitally.
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You can use the 10″ LCD Pad as a paperless alternative to a notebook, but moreover, the pad allows you to take notes in several colors, while also allowing you to perform activities like directly sending your notes as an email to others, collaborating with teams to share notes, and even recording audio logs alongside your text. Your notes are automatically saved once you clear the screen to start out a replacement page.
Created to mirror a ballpoint , the SyncPen weighs a mere 20 grams, and works from every angle (unlike a number of its competitors). It features Bluetooth 5.0, and seamlessly sends transcription to the app, which you’ll use to convert your notes into a spread of formats including .docx, .txt, .pdf, .jpg, .mp4, and more.