iOS Compatible Digital Pen APEN A4 Now Available

If you like having the ability of using a digital pen and own an iOS device you may like to know that there is a new device available, the A4 Digital Pen from APEN that is compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and Apple iPad and enables the user to write with a pen in the normal way.

According to the guys over at Ubergizmo, the APEN A4 Digital Pen works just like its predecessor the APEN A3 Digital Pen but this time works directly with your iOS device.

All one does is turn the receiver on and get to writing with the pen in the normal way and the receiver can transfer and store the users drawings and writings to their chosen iOS device via a 30-pin cable and thus a computer is not required.

The new APEN A4 Digital Pen can store up to 100 pages and you can write or draw on regular paper, and here’s what APEN has to say…”A4 Smart Pen is possibly the most productive tool for personal creativity. This smart pen is fun and useful for someone who does a good deal of mind-mapping and drawing. You can simply upload images without the tedious, time consuming and process of scanning. You can also export your images to tools like PhotoShop or you can also hook up directly to a projector for your business presentation.”

Furthermore with the A4 Digital Pen for iOS the user can do office document annotation and signature on Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Powerpoint.

For those interested in the APEN A4 Digital Pen, the device is compatible with iOS 3.0 and above along with Mac OS X 10.5 and Windows XP or above and can be purchased direct from APEN at a cost of $129.99.

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2 thoughts on “iOS Compatible Digital Pen APEN A4 Now Available”

  1. Tester says:

    You call this a review?  Where is the testing, where are the results, where is anything other than a far too brief description and info from the company.  Feh!

  2. Epeter44 says:

    I would like to see this pen in action when it comes to drawing and designing, this does nothing to show the APEN being used in this manner. also are you stricken to a regular 8×11 piece of paper or can other paper sizes al so used?

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