Moleskine presents a new way of connecting analog and digital worlds by using your own handwriting and doodles.

A Smart Writing Set is an innovative idea that lets people who still love to use the pen and paper - yet need the writings to appear in digital form as well (scanning files?) - digitize your notes simply and effortlessly. Users can easily edit, store and share the notes on smartphones or laptops.

The Smart Writing Set is made up of the Paper Tablet, the Moleskine Pen+ and the Moleskine Notes App. You will need all three to enjoy "a seamlessly integrated experience". So what can you do with this system?

You can, for example, write a shopping list and send it via email to your significant other who's doing the shopping. You can create doodles on your way to school, perhaps while taking the morning bus ride, and edit them in the App. You can create and edit any kind of to-do list as you complete your tasks from your smartphone or tablet. You can take notes during a lecture or a meeting and send them to a friend or a team as a PDF attachment. Or, you can sketch out a project on paper and transform it into a digital presentation - one that you can share in real time with your co-workers as an image, vector or text file.

To share notes and sketches from your Paper Tablet notebook, all you need to do is gently tap on the envelope icon at the top of the page. You can even combine your handwritten notes with audio files, recorded in real time.

So, if you don't wish to stop developing your ideas on paper first and stay up-to-date with modern digital technology at the same time, this is a great solution.

April 13, 2016 Living photo: Moleskine

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