Portable digital solutions provider Portronics launched “Electropen 4”, a smart digital pen that lets you write on paper and then converts the text to digital for editing on a smartphone or computer. Also Read - Facebook for Android will soon get dark mode and coronavirus tracking feature
“Electropen 4” — another device in Portronics’ existing series of digital pen series — allows a user to write on normal paper with a ball point pen refill or on smartphones, computers, tablets or any other bluetooth device wirelessly. Also Read - Increasing smartphone usage may be resulting in growing horns on our skull; research suggests
A user can write notes or prepare a sketch with this electronic pen and then convert it in real-time images into a smartphone, computer or laptop using the receiver provided with it, the company said in a statement. Eliminating the need to have a mobile device or laptop while taking notes, this Rs 6,999 device has in-built memory that can store several A4 size pages in one go. The device also allows the user to sync or transfer the files later.
“Electropen 4” also has a microphone that allows the users to record the high quality audio while taking notes. The device, which also comes with wired connectivity, has a Li-Polymer rechargeable battery. It is in black colour.