The new LAMY safari all black ncode bridges the gap between the analogue notebook and the unlimited world of digital writing. In cooperation with Lamy, Korean tech company NeoLAB Convergence launches an optoelectronic writing system.
When we need to quickly capture a few thoughts, we intuitively find it easiest to do so by hand using a pen – handwritten notes, annotations and sketches are the best way to capture our ideas, process what we’ve experienced and so understand the world. The LAMY safari all black ncode now adds to this the fantastic potential of digital processing, combining both worlds in a single writing instrument: the advantages of analogue writing on paper with all the possibilities of digital storage and processing.
Limitless possibilities beyond the edge of the paper
The new LAMY safari all black ncode bridges the gap between the analogue notebook and the unlimited world of digital writing.
LAMY safari meets 21st century technology: The LAMY safari all black ncode is based on the successful design classic LAMY safari all black rollerball with its proven ergonomic grip for fatigue-free writing and the distinctive, robust clip for keeping the writing instrument safe. It can be fitted with LAMY M 21 ballpoint refills in blue or black.
The writing instrument is equipped with the ncode technology developed by NeoLAB. In online mode, the writing instrument is connected via Bluetooth to the Neo Studio App on a device. Everything written down is transmitted in real time and is visible on that device. In offline mode, the writing instrument is not connected. However, every word, sketch or drawing is stored in the pen itself, there is a digital copy of all your notes and ideas.
The optoelectronic sensor reads the ncode pattern printed on the paper of the LAMY digital paper notebook and recognises handwriting and pages. The NeoLAB ncode sensor reads the codes from the blank surface – the processor (CPU) contained in the smart pen performs the complex mathematical calculation to locate the pen position on the page.
Where the viewing window of the LAMY safari fountain pen shows how much ink is left in the cartridge, the LAMY safari all black ncode displays its charging status.
Micro USB port
The writing system from Lamy and NeoLAB Convergence is designed to fit perfectly with your own lifestyle. A full charge using a Micro USB cable permits 11 hours of non-stop writing.
LAMY digital paper Notebook
The LAMY digital paper comes with NeoLAB’s proprietary ncode technology. Every stroke made on the page is saved – creating a complete digital copy of the notebook with all the options you could need for working on that text in future.
Codes on the surface
Each page contains a tiny pattern – barely visible to the naked eye. These codes hold information unique to each page, including pen position. The Neo LAB ncode sensor reads the codes from the blank surface – the processor (CPU) contained in the smart pen performs the complex mathematical calculation to locate the pen position on the page.
With the handy paper controller line width or colour can be selected easily and immediately for the digitally saved version of writing or sketches. The ideal solution to stay in the creative flow without having to put the pen down.
Size 145 x 210 mm, 192 pages of 80-gram bleed-proof acid-free paper with thread-sewn binding, ivory-coloured with pale grey dot ruling. With 8 detachable pages, 2 fabric bookmark ribbons, a pocket on the inside back cover, an elastic band to hold it together and the keeper for the LAMY safari all black ncode.
LAMY safari all black ncode bundle
With the LAMY safari all black ncode, the matching LAMY digital paper notebook and the numerous functions of the Neo Studio App, it’s easy to write on paper, to simultaneously digitise your handwritten material and then to edit it as you choose.
The set contains the smart pen LAMY safari all black ncode including USB charging cable and the corresponding LAMY digital paper notebook.