Royole Corporation, an innovator and pioneer of the next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products such as fully flexible displays, fully flexible sensors, foldable smartphones and other smart devices, announces global launch of its RoWrite 2 smart writing notebook. Based on the company’s patented flexible electronics technologies, RoWrite 2 is designed to accurately capture, store, and share all manner of handwritten material (on regular paper) for digital use and improves upon its predecessor’s foundations while bringing fresh and exciting features.
Winner of 2020 CES Tech Awards and the Good Design Awards 2020, RoWrite 2 uses Royole’s industry-leading fully flexible sensor technology and can flex and bend just like a regular notepad. As well as being more flexible, RoWrite 2 is 50% lighter, significantly smaller and has an improved 30-day battery life compared to its predecessor. The upgraded magnetic pen, high-quality synthetic leather folio and aluminium construction complete a range of improvements, making RoWrite 2 an elegant, durable and ultra-portable solution.
Bill Liu, Royole’s CEO, had this to say about the RoWrite 2: “While its predecessor has become a favourite productivity tool during our working and learning from home routine, RoWrite 2 has so much more to give and love. We’re sure that RoWrite 2 will bring a new level of performance in its hardware, software and user experience. For those consumers who use the smart notebook and tablet for work and leisure will enjoy the experience it offers more than ever.”
With RoWrite 2, handwritten notes or sketches can be reproduced directly onto any smart devices, where they can be digitally edited and saved. Everything can be done in real time. The device can also work without the need of a smartphone or tablet. RoWrite 2’s new redesigned app is also far more capable, making it easier than ever to collate, file and compartmentalize all of your notes and share them to social media, colleagues, family and friends.
With 2048 different pressure levels of Royole’s flexible sensor, RoWrite 2 is incredibly sensitive and creates an accurate representation of the written material, providing a natural writing and drawing experience. RoWrite 2 can capture even the subtlest of strokes, giving the feeling of writing on paper. It is able to convert handwritten notes to text, for quick sharing meeting notes with colleagues, and is compatible with a standard filling for the pen and any A5 regular paper for the pad.
The RoWrite app allows users to digitally convert work to easily edit, playback in real time, change stroke thickness, writing instrument or add up to 20 colours, export a video (MP4) of your work to show your stroke sequence and the way to your conclusion. The cloud storage allows you to work on different devices and platforms. Your finished work can be shared across multiple channels including WhatsApp, OneDrive and email. With the app’s advanced features, work can be organised into personalised notebooks or easily located with search function.
With its compact, portable and beautifully designed features, RoWrite 2 is the perfect solution in many cases. With RoWrite 2, users can take notes in business meetings or easily share sketches with colleagues when working from home. During a collaborative signing ceremony, representatives may easily sign documents or broadcast the signing process. Artists can let their creativity flow with the natural feel of pen on paper, combined with the variety of colours and digital brushes available. It is also ideal for students taking notes in lectures or sharing work with classmates and teachers, especially for subjects where graphs or diagrams are common.
Royole RoWrite 2 is now available from www.global.royole.com with an SRP of $129.99.