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Neo smartpen N2 Bluetooth 4.0 Digital Pen for iOS, Android Smartphones and Tablets (Titan Black)
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- CAPTURES YOUR HANDWRITING IN DIGITAL FORM - The Neo smartpen N2 has a small camera inside that records your writing then send this data to your device (smartphone or tablet).
- DELIVERS FAST RESPONSE - This pen is equipped with Dual Core ARM9 processor, which captures more than 120 frames per second. The N2 can calculate 256 steps of pressure.
- EDIT AND SHARE YOUR NOTES ON THE GO - Made a mistake on your notes? The Neo smartpen App allows you to change the font color or delete the text/image. You can also share the file to Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Pinterest, or Twitter.
- ENJOY QUICKER CONNECTION - Compared to other digital pens; the smartpen N2 uses Bluetooth 4.0 LE (Low Energy) known for a high-speed connection and lesser energy consumption.
- LETS YOU WRITE IN VARIOUS FILE FORMATS - With the Neo smartpen App, you can sync and save your writings to different formats such as text, PDF, JPEG, and SVG (compatible with Adobe Illustrator). Plus, the N2 pen offers multiple transcribing languages.
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Neo smartpen N2 Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Digital Pen (Titan Black)
Open a door of possibilities with the Neo smartpen N2! This wireless digital pen lets you transfer your notes from paper to digital format. How? The N2 has a small camera which records your writings and sends the data to your tablet or smartphone via Bluetooth. Neo Smartpen uses Low Energy Bluetooth 4.0 technology to ensure the data is transferred quicker and consumes less energy. In fact, you the pen lasts up to 5 hours of constant use and three days of average usage.
Equipped with Dual Core ARM9 processor, the N2 captures more than 120 frames per second and calculates 256 steps of pressure. This means the smartpen picks up motions well.
You can also sync-and-edit your notes/doodles via Neo Smartpen app. You can change the font color or completely delete your drawing using the app. Plus, the app allows you to save your file in different formats such as text, JPEG, PDF, or SVG. You can also share the file to Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Evernote, or Pinterest. It's that easy!
- Pen tip type: Standard D1 type
- CPU: Dual Core ARM9 Application Processor
- Connectivity: USB 2.0 (Micro USB) / Bluetooth 4.0
- Operating System: Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 or higher / iOS 8.1 or higher (iPhone 5 or higher)
- Required Bluetooth Connectivity: Android Bluetooth 2.1 or higher / iOS Bluetooth 4.0 LE
- Battery Requirement: Li-Polymer / 3.7 Volts
- Usage time: Constant (5 hours) / Normal usage (3 days) / Standby (125 days)
- Full charge: 2 hours
- Dimensions (LxH): 6.14" x 0.45"
- Weight: 22g (Without pencap)
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First of all, this pen is sleek, much smaller than the Livescribe pen, and very little wiggle and clicking from the ink cartridge (for those of you that owned the Livescribe 3, you know what I am referring to). This pen is more pressure sensitive in my notebooks, and it is much easier to write with since it is thinner and well balanced. Also, this pen offers a passcode so you can have to security against someone taking your pen and pairing it with their device and getting all of your saved documents off of the pen.
From the perspective of a person new to smart pens, this is an excellent one to start out with. This one is easy to plug and play (charge it up, download the app, once it is charged go into the app and follow the instructions on screen. Viola!) Start writing with your notebooks (only the compatible Neo notebooks) and your data starts transferring immediately. If you have Evernote access, which I highly recommend for students or anyone using personal devices for business, then you can pair them instantly with Evernote as well.
Bottom Line: No regrets on this purchase. I love the pen and I am super thrilled to be able to use this in my studies and professional life.
If my unit just had a defective camera, I would have been willing to give this another try and update my review. However, the customer service department was very little help. Such a shame because I had such high hopes for this pen.
I bought this solely to transcribe my written text into editable text on my computer/tablet; I have tested out the audio recording feature and the playback was clear (it will obviously pick up surface noise so if you're going to use it in a classroom or office setting, I would suggest you sit as close as possible to the speaker).
As for transcribing my handwriting, it works amazingly well. I have very neat handwriting most of the time, but when I write extremely fast, it does tend to get a little messy; but this pen accurately transcribes 95% of all my handwriting correctly. The 5% it doesn't work well really pertains to punctuation--it does fine with question marks and exclamation marks, but it seems to have a hard time transcribing commas, periods, and quotation marks.
There are a couple features I'm not crazy about and there wasn't very much information out there about the issues while I was researching the product:
1) you can only have the app installed on one device. I had originally planned to have the app downloaded on my phone and my tablet but there was a lot of issues with this so I ended up leaving the app only on my phone.
2) The Neosmart Pen website leads you to believe that you can assign any notebook with a custom cover within their app. I planned on using the heck out of this feature because I have 10+ projects going at the same time and I needed to keep them visually and physically organized. What they don't tell you is that you can only give a custom cover to an online notebook (which I had no intention of ever using). This was very disappointing and I wish there was some way to work around it. You can assign any note or notebook with a custom name, but the image cannot be changed.
3) On the second day I used the pen, it took a firmware update when I plugged it into my laptop and it wiped out all my data without saving any of it. I lost two pages worth of writing--which wasn't a major time consuming problem, but it was still disappointing.
4) when it transcribes your handwriting to editable text, it keeps the format of your handwriting instead of converting the paragraphs and line spacing to an unbroken line of text
For example, when you write
and transcribe your text
it will have a lot of line breaks
instead of being one single, unbroken line of text like this. It just means that when you go to put it in a word document, you will either need to reformat it yourself or use a free online tool that will get rid of all the line breaks (I use the online tool and it's a fast, problem-free solution).
Even with these issues, I love the pen and have no regret paying ~$150 for it. I did print out my own paper for free using the Ncode PDF and it works great. I also bought some medium sized notebooks off ebay for a little less than $4 per notebook. When you buy the pen, it does come packaged with a small pocket-sized notebook so I recommend testing the pen out first before you spend even more money buying notebooks and ink replacements; the pen's success depends mainly on your handwriting. My boyfriend has terrible, *terrible* handwriting and it only picked up about one out of every three words for him. I can't really blame the pen, it's difficult for me to read his writing--so don't expect miracles.