TL;DR: Handwrite notes, then digitize them quickly and easily with the SyncPen 2, on sale for $149.99 as of Oct. 17.
The pen will always be mightier than the keyboard.
Science has shown that writing longhand has a ton of benefits than typing on your computer simply doesn’t. For one, it enables your brain to concentrate on what you’re writing about so the information sticks. It also limits distraction, helping you to retain what you’re jotting down better without multitasking. Heck, it’s even said to be better for sparking creativity. And can we talk about how heartwarming it is to receive a handwritten note versus an email?
The only problem with putting pen to paper is typing up your notes afterward. Even scanning can be a pain at times. A quick and easy solution? SyncPen 2.
Something akin to a magic wand (no, really), this pen helps you switch between writing traditional notes and electronic editable notes. It’s engineered with a motion-tracking sensor, allowing it to turn everything you write into digital text. Whether you’re jotting down notes or drawing doodles and sketches, it automatically turns them into editable digital files you can access from any device.
Check it out:
The pen is accompanied by a 10-inch LCD writing pad which lets you take notes in different colors. You can even send your notes directly as an email, collaborate with other people to share documents, and record audio logs alongside your text. Plus, it identifies over 60 languages, so you can easily switch between languages while writing with no trouble. We’re super impressed if you can actually do that.
For a limited time, you can snag the SyncPen 2 on sale for only $149.99. That’s a 24% discount off the usual cost of $199, so there’s no time like the present to grab yours.