Montblanc introduces a digital pen with smart pads

Every dot and line is also captured in the official Montblanc Hub app.
The pen lasts for eight hours on one charge and can store 100 pages after which the user will have to move the text to the Hub for transcription in up to 12 languages.

 The pen lasts for eight hours on one charge and can store 100 pages after which the user will have to move the text to the Hub for transcription in up to 12 languages.

While everything is moving ahead of time in sync with technology, why not the mighty yet humble pen? Although there are plenty of smart pens out there, fancy pen manufacturer Montblanc has decided to take things a notch higher and created a mash-up of digital pen with smart pads. The result? A true 21st century marvel.

It is officially called the Montblanc Augmented Paper. How does this work? This sleek combo enables the user to write into the pad like a normal version. The highlight here is that the paper is coded and the written words are digitised. Every dot and line is also captured in the official Montblanc Hub app. The pen lasts for eight hours on one charge and can store 100 pages after which the user will have to move the text to the Hub for transcription in up to 12 languages.

It is, not surprisingly, priced at a whopping $725.

Source by deccanchronicle….

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