German company unveils a $725 'Augmented Paper' and smart pen set

Like smart watches, it was only a matter of time before smart pens went from being novel gadgets to high-end luxury items.

For $725, the set includes a modified version of a Montblanc StarWalker pen plus a "black Italian leather" notebook made in Florence that you'll need to actually transfer your notes into digital form. The notebook and pen use electromagnetic resonance to digitize your handwriting, similar to how a Wacom tablet works. The set lasts about 8 hours on a charge and can store up to 100 pages in internal memory if you're writing away from your smartphone. Once the notes are uploaded to the Montblanc Hub app, which is available on both iOS and Android. You can share or store them however you like and the company also claims "best-in-class handwriting recognition" available for 12 languages.

It also comes with three ink refills and a USB charging cable. Appropriately enough for a luxury device, it goes on sale in the UK first, as an exclusive item at Harrods in London. In October, it becomes available in the United States, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong and Korea, with availability in China, Japan, Taiwan, Mexico and the UAE to follow in November.

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