Smartmarker syncs doodled content on whiteboard to you PC and smartphone

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

No matter how many gizmos and gadgets you own, the good old whiteboard and marker still rule the roost in meetings and brainstorming sessions. But how many times during any brainstorming sessions does one encounter a situations where the illustrator is writing too fast and you are not able to take all notes. Luidia Equil Smartmarker looks to end this quandary by synching everything being written on a whiteboard to your smartphone, tablet or PC. The smart marker is equipped with sensors that detect the movement of the marker when intended, and then immediately send the data to connected device like a smartphone.

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

Smartmarker works with any kind of surface like walls, glass and all kinds of whiteboards. It is compatible with Android, iOS, Mac OS and Windows devices, so basically it works with every gadget out there with a compatible app. You can take notes, share them with friends using Note Stream technology to anywhere in the world and much more. It will come with a charging pod for charging it up for use.

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

As you would have guessed right away, this gadget accessory is a good one to have for business professionals, engineers, entrepreneurs, architects and innumerable other professionals and education institutes for whom whiteboard is an integral part of learning.

Equil Smartmarker is all set to be released this month and for further details you have to jump over to the product website right away. Although it is rumored that the price will be a bit hefty, around $699.95 USD, and a shipping date somewhere at the end of the first quarter.

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

Luidia Equil Smartmarker

Via: GadgetReview

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