Lenovo made a special tablet called Smart Paper. It’s different from regular tablets. It makes you feel like you’re writing with a pen on paper, which is pretty cool.
Lenovo Smart Paper has a 10.3-inch E Ink screen. It comes with a stylus that doesn’t require charging. You can stick the stylus in a special place so you won’t lose it. The Smart Paper allows for smooth and quick writing on the screen. It’s not perfect, but it comes quite close, enabling easy writing when tried.
This tablet won’t mess up your writing, making it perfect for left-handed folks. You can select from nine writing styles, like a regular pen, pencil, or marker, similar to the Kindle Scribe.
Lenovo designed the Smart Paper for taking notes, providing flexibility and convenience. It has two microphones so you can record yourself or interviews, lectures, and stuff like that. What’s cool is that it connects your notes to the audio. When you tap on something you wrote, it’ll play the audio from that part. The Smart Paper can also turn your handwriting into regular text, and it did well when I tried different writing styles.
You won’t run out of space for your notes because it has 50GB of storage. Lenovo says that’s enough for about 50,000 pages, but remember that voice recordings take up more space. You can also connect the Smart Paper to Lenovo’s Smart Paper app on iOS, Android, and Windows. This way, you can back up your notes and access them on other devices. If you like to keep things organized, you can make folders on the Smart Paper to keep your notes in order.