Phree Write-Anywhere Smart Pen

May 26, 2015

Category: Tech

The last time we wrote a check we were honestly appalled at the quality of our handwriting—apparently typing 24/7 will do that to one’s penmanship skills. But if you’d like to bring back a little old school and merge it with the new, check out Phree, the “world’s first unrestricted, high resolution, write-virtually-anywhere mobile input device.”

Whether you wanna write your To-Do list on the car dashboard or doodle on your dad’s back, Phree sends whatever you’re writing to your phone, tablet, laptop, TVs… anything with a Bluetooth connection. It also functions as a Bluetooth headset and mouse, so if you wanna look crazy and answer your phone with your stylus, go for it. The integrated screen can handle short texts, and Phree is compatible with software and apps like Office, OneNote, EverNote, Acrobat, Google Handwriting Keyboard, Viber and more. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

Phree Write-Anywhere Stylus 2

Phree Write-Anywhere Stylus 3

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