Handwritten notes on paper that transmit to your iPad. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. There are apps that let you write on an iPad with a stylus, and devices like Livescribe’s smartpens that can capture writing on special paper and turn them digital. And now, Targus is out with the iNotebook, an elegant portfolio with a sensor that uses standard paper and transmits what you are writing to an iPad via Bluetooth, either immediately or later. Senior Product Manager Debbie Michelle…
“It’s captured within the app and it can be exported as a PDF or a PNG file. You can print from it. You can email from it, you can save it to your camera roll, save it to Dropbox. There’s a lot of ways to share anything that you capture.”
Whether it’s written notes or drawings. The iNotebook lists for about 180 dollars. There’s more info at iNotebook.us. You can find us with archives, giveaways and more at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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