aPen A3 Stylus Beams Handwritten Notes to Android Devices

August 30, 2011
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    Classes are kicking in next week, and no timing could be better for E FUN to introduce its latest innovation–the aPen A3 stylus.

    E FUN, a manufacturer of consumer electronic products, has recently introduced the aPen A3 as the perfect back-to-school gadget revolutionizing conventional ways of taking notes and sharing ideas.

    The aPen  A3 allows users to transfer words written on a piece of paper to their smartphones via Bluetooth. aPen A3 also enables quick sending and sharing of digitized notes to friends, as well as posting the notes online.

    Just like any ordinary pen, the aPen A3 is user-friendly and easy to use. It simultaneously copies and saves words written on a piece of paper and transfers the note directly to your Android smartphone or tablet as if you were just writing the note on the Android device itself. It saves your notes for later use, sending to friends, or posting to social networking sites.

    With aPen A3, you can compose messages with the personal touch of your own handwriting, share ideas to friends, and easily finish homework and reports in school. Aside from words, aPen A3 could also save scribbles, sketches, and the like and easily share them.

    The aPen A3 stylus can also be a productive tool for professionals. When connected to a computer, it can be used for real-time computer annotations. It also allows the user to put side notes and draw figures during visual presentations.

    Creating, saving, and sharing ideas will be a breeze with the help of aPen A3 stylus. You can buy one for $130.

    What do think of the aPen A3’s ability to change your handwriting habits?

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    • Ale

      Looks great!
      I’m just looking for a pen to take notes directly on my Android smartphone. The best would be writing without ink, so not to need paper, and the chance to use in both on ANdroid and Windows 7.

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