APEN A3 Digital Pen Sends Handwritten Notes to Android Phones
The APEN A3 Digital Pen is the perfect gadget to show up just in time for the oncoming back to school season. This digital pen lets students take handwritten notes and drawings, and it then simultaneously sends them to their smartphone via Bluetooth. The A3 pen itself looks and writes like an ordinary ink pen and it can be used on any standard paper or notebook.
That also means that the pen is portable and ergonomic to use. It is able to store up to 100 pages at a time, which can be wirelessly sent to any Android Smartphone or BlackBerry phone using OS 4.6. The E FUN APEN’s A3 Digital Pen is available now for $129.99.
• Smartphone-compatible with Android and Blackberry OS 4.6 and up
• Digitizes and records handwriting while the unit is not connected to a computer
• Works on regular paper
• Records up to 100 pages in the receivers’ memory
• Photo sketcher for annotating written words or drawings on computer images
• Share photos on Facebook, Flickr and other social media sites
• Email photos and documents to smartphones, Macs, or PCs