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Microsoft in partnership with Moleskine launches a “Smart Writing System” Windows 10 app. The app converts your charts, ramblings into a Word document based on the Kickstarter funded Neo smartpen.

The app comes with a tiny camera which tracks users scribbles on a specially marked paper and the digital version of the note is transferred via the Bluetooth for easy sharing. This should make it easy especially for Office users who generally use notes for larger projects.

Unveiled in June 2016, Moleskine’s digital writing set made a lot of sense for people who mostly relied on computer for work and paper for writing. The app is available for $200 with additional $30 for extra notebook pages which could be termed as a touch expensive.

The Moleskine Smart Writing System was available for iOS and Android devices and with the Windows 10 app it joins in the league of iCloud, Google Drive, Adobe and more. The

With the Smart Writing System you will be able to translate notes in 15 languages and also will be able to see them live on a screen or TV especially during meeting sessions. The app is available for download free of cost and you can get it by clicking the above Microsoft Store link.

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