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October 31, 2012


Sky Wifi Smart Pen

by TGN

We all use pens and pretty much every day.  Ofcourse our usage differs but at the end of the day the purpose is the same. To write/take notes. How many times has it been that we write something on a piece of paper and lose it? Or we take down notes and then have to digitize them later so we can keep them on our smart phones or laptops to be accessed later. This is where the Wifi Smart Pen comes in to the rescue(sort off). The Smart pen writes on any regular paper and automatically digitizes all what you have written. Not just that but it also recored audio at the same time. Once you’re done it will automatically upload your data(Via Wifi) to a few different cloud services and/or archives in Evernote. The smart pen is available from here at a price tag of US$150+. Do check out slash gear for in detailed review.

5 Comments Post a comment
  1. Apr 18 2013

    Excellent post. I was checking constantly this blog and I am impressed!
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    Thank you and good luck.

    • Apr 18 2013

      I’m glad it helped someone. You are very welcome 🙂

  2. May 28 2013

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  3. dr sivakumar
    Dec 20 2013

    does it write on all paper
    availibie in india where

    • Dec 23 2013

      Yes it does work on any standard paper


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