• Capture handwritten notes with no specialist paper required
• Convert ideas from paper to a digital format at the push of a button
• This pocket edition provides space for phones and other small portable devices
• Store up to 100 pages onto the internal memory, or transfer instantly using the Bamboo Spark application
• Save all of your notes into the Wacom cloud for retrieval
• Works with cloud-based services such as Dropbox or Evernote What is special about this device
Designed for note taking, the Bamboo Spark pocket edition allows you to digitise written material at the push of a button. This digital version of your notes can then be uploaded to the Wacom cloud for retrieval later, or sent directly to a portable device running the Bamboo Spark application.
The Bamboo Spark Pocket has the capacity to store up to 100 pages on the device or transfer recorded pages instantly to portable devices using the application, making it perfect for taking notes during a meeting.Does the Bamboo Spark Pocket require special equipment?
The Wacom Bamboo Spark Pocket can be used with the included A5 notepad, as this fits perfectly into the capture area. However, any note paper can be used with this device. The included stylish ball point-pen allows you to take notes more quickly and provides a natural feel to your writing.
Bamboo Spark Pen refills can be found here A18WG
Bamboo Spark A5 replacement pad can be found here A19WG
The Bamboo Spark Pocket operates on an internal rechargeable battery that can be charge from any 5V USB port, battery life can be viewed through the Bamboo Spark application. Is the Bamboo Spark easy to use?
Once connected and logged into the Bamboo Spark, you can start writing. The Bamboo Spark records each stroke of your pen when writing in the A5 area. Once you have finished writing, simply press the record button and your work is instantly digitised. You can then view your work directly on your tablet or smart phone, it’s that simple.What can I do with my digital notes?
Once captured, the bamboo spark application allows you to view all of your saved pages, on the device and in the Wacom cloud. They can then be exported to other devices using one of three file formats. (JPEG, PDF or WILL). Alternatively, you can view a stroke by stroke timeline of your captures by using the split image feature, which allows you to see how your work progressed.