Royole Introduced Smart Writing Pad at CES 2018

Royole Corporation, a leading innovator and manufacturer of next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products such as advanced flexible displays, flexible sensors, and smart devices, introduced its Smart Writing Pad at CES 2018.

The Smart Writing Pad is based on the company’s unique and patented flexible electronics technologies. The unit accommodates real-time writing on standard paper with traditional pen refills. Users can immediately have a digital record sent directly to their smart device, computer, and to the cloud, or transfer at a later time.

With the Smart Writing Pad placed under a sheet of paper, any writing, drawing, or even scribbling can be reproduced directly onto any smart device or computer, where it can be digitally saved. Everything can be done in real time; however, the device also works without any smartphone or tablet needed.

Information will be saved directly into the Smart Writing Pad, where it can later be synced with a smart device or the cloud. With 2048 force-touch handwriting, an accurate representation of the written material – including pressure intensity – is ensured with no writing break off or delay.

The Smart Writing Pad offers users an improved, more intuitive, tactile experience of pen to paper rather than the less-than-ideal experience of writing directly on a tablet. Whether doing real-time designs for clients, taking notes in a business or education setting, or crafting creative designs, it allows you to easily capture and share these handwritten documents.

The Smart Writing Pad provides a multi-media triple backup, as data can be stored on physical paper, on local memory, and on the cloud. Ideas, diary entries, notes, work, drawings, doodles, and so much more are preserved forever in the user’s handwriting.

Visit Royole at CES 2018 LVCC South Hall booth # 21212