This Digital Notepad Uses a Real Pen and Paper to Make Virtual Documents

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Sep 8, 2015
References: wacom & engadget
The Wacom Bamboo Spark digital notepad lets users create digital files with a real paper notepad and ink pen.

The digital notepad works with any phone, tablet or computer. A simple Wacom Bamboo app connects the digital notepad pen to a smart device via Bluetooth. The notepad's electromagnetic resonance board tracks the user's pen strokes. Users can then create virtual copies of their drawings, doodles and handwriting by drawing on the digital notepad in real ink. Essentially, the digital notepad produces both a paper copy and a digital copy of any document. The Bamboo Spark can hold up to 100 pages of notes, even in offline mode.

It's the perfect device for those anachronistic handwriting lovers who also need an effective way to digitally catalog notes, drawings and scribbled ideas.