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Adobe debuts Project Mighty cloud pen, Napoleon ruler

Adobe today announced Project Mighty — a pressure-sensitive Bluetooth pen that will rely on the company’s Cloud servers for the transfer of settings, enabling the pen to be used on multiple devices without reconfiguration. The pen features a rechargeable battery, interchangeable tips, and on-board memory. Few other details are available at this time.

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The company also announced Napoleon, a ruler device that can interact with tablets. Napoleon was shown projecting traceable digital lines onto an iPad. Both products were shown while connected to an iPad via Bluetooth. [via The Verge]

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I can’t stand triangular shaped pens. No sale.

Posted by beetsnotbeats on May 7, 2013 at 3:06 PM (CDT)

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