The Slate 2+ – Digitalize Your Paper Drawings
A while ago we wrote about The Slate, a handy device that can transfer your traditional paper and pen drawings to a digital version of your drawing.
In the meanwhile manufacturer Iskn wasn’t just laying back watching their sales numbers. They’ve improved their technology and now have the Slate 2+ available for sale.
There’s still the Slate pad, something to attach your paper to. There’s still The Ring you can put on your favorite drawing pencil or pen. And then there’s the tracking software that tracks your drawing live in the digital domain.
With the Slate 2+, Iskn added a new UX and design; a sleeve and pencil case. Also included is a stylus called the Tip, that you can use to turn the Slate into a graphical drawing tablet. It’s supposed to give you the feel of a real pencil on real paper.
Also new is that the software is available for Android users as well. The Slate 2+ is still a very affordable tool for people wanting to digitalize their work without needing to learn difficult, creative software.
Where can I get the Slate 2+?
The Slate 2+ is available on iskn.co or Amazon. Check out the link below for more information.
- Draw with your own pencils and pens thanks to the removable ring that gives digital superpowers
- Use any kind of paper to draw with the Slate, even a sketchpad (up to 0. 27 in. )
- Use the Slate connected to your tablet, smartphone or computer to see your drawings instantly come to life, or in screenless mode to use the Slate while on the go
- Enhance your creations with the imagink app (pencils, felt-tip, airbrush. . . )