Paper by 53’s hardware product ‘Pencil’ offers creatives an input option for styli on iPad and perhaps soon iPhone also. The advanced technology design keeps you in the flow without needing to switch tools. From the sustainably harvested wood body to the elegant technological core, every detail in Pencil combines beautiful engineering and meticulous craft.
You can be expressive from every angle as the Pencil’s unique tip is shaped to create lines of all sizes without any settings. When drawing the point can be used for fine details and the angled edge for broad strokes.
The Pencil is truly designed as a regular carpenter pencil as it has a unique built-in eraser that lets you precisely carve away mistakes, allowing users to be bold and express what is essential. There is no need to switch tools, just flip Pencil to erase.
The blending feature really gives users a hands-on opportunity to be creative and when drawing lines, fingers can be used to smooth rough edges and even blend colors directly on the page. Create beautiful color transitions for charts, skies, and shadows.
The adaptive palm rejection instantly knows whether it’s your hand or Pencil touching the page.
Rest your hand on the screen as you would on paper and write from any angle as no calibration or setup is needed…just touch the tip of the pencil onto the iPad and you’re good to go.
Crafted for creativity
The Pencil is certified Bluetooth Smart wireless and delivers a fast, stable connection with industry-leading power conservation making the battery last for up to a month on a normal use.
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The Pencil can be charged on any USB port in under 90 minutes. The body of the Pencil also comes in different variety from premium-grade walnut to seamless brushed aluminum body.
Paper 53 on iPhone Soon
Paper by 53 has been a huge hit on the iPad devices, and here at Architosh we listed in it in our top 12 apps for architects in this report here. Now it is coming to your iPhone. Sign up to be notified when it arrives.
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