Here's a cool gadget for art-slash-techie geeks of all ages: the Scribble INK, which was released in July 2014.
But it's not just any usual writing implement. The 6.3-inch Scribble is equipped with a 16-bit RGB color sensor that can scan any object and capture its actual colors. The colors can then be used to draw on paper.
The Scribble STYLUS, on the other hand, can be used to draw on any iOS, Windows, or Android device. There's no more second guessing about shades and hues; with Scribble, what you see is what you get.
And because of the extensive color range that Scribble offers, users can do away with colored markers, saving money and plastic waste in the long run.
There's even a Scribble mobile app, which allows users to manage, tag, and search for scanned colors for future reference. A PC and MAC application is likewise being developed.
Other features include 1GB internal storage, which can save up to 1,000 colors; Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology; a rechargeable lithium ion battery; micro USB connectivity; and an ARM 9 processor. Scribble INK has refillable ink cartridges in Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, White, and Black while Scribble STYLUS has a rubber nib for smooth drawing.
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