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Turn Ordinary Paper Into A Digital SketchPad with the Equil Smartpen 2

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Turn Ordinary Paper Into A Digital SketchPad with the Equil Smartpen 2

Even though tablets and computers are slowly changing the way we take notes and draw, they haven’t fully replaced traditional paper just yet. This is because paper is versatile, personal and real.

For individuals who want to get the best of both worlds, the Equil Smartpen 2 does a perfect job in merging the two formats together.

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    The powerful gadget works by using highly optimized sensors and a smart pen to track movements and strokes on paper- any type of paper. The information then gets sent to the app where it can be saved to the cloud. For handwritten notes, the system automatically converts the information into editable text.

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      Apart from students, the Equil Smartpen 2 is also ideal for artists. The sensitive sensors can pick up small details and colors, allowing individuals to edit, duplicate and share doodles on paper.

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        Originally priced at $169, the Equil Smartpen 2 can be yours for $99 through the link below.

        Equil Smartpen 2: Real ink. Real paper. Digitized. | Indiegogo

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