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.
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 LAMY digital paper notebook, 145 x 210 mm, contains 192 pages of acid-free, 80-gram stain-resistant paper with wire binding, ivory with light gray dotted lines. With 8 detachable pages, 2 fabric bookmark ribbons, a pocket on the back of the inside cover for storing notes, business cards or similar small items, the elastic to keep it together and the all black ncode LAMY safari keeper, the Lamy notebook ncode offers all the comfort features of a notebook is a constant companion. The optoelectronic sensor reads the ncode pattern printed on the LAMY digital paper notebook paper and recognizes the handwriting and pages. Each page contains a small pattern that is barely visible to the naked eye. These codes contain unique information for each page, including the location of the pen. The NeoLAB ncode sensor reads the code from the white surface - the processor (CPU) contained in the pen performs the complex mathematical calculation to identify the position of the pen on the page.
The LAMY digital paper notebook only works in combination with the LAMY safari all black ncode smartpen and the Neo Studio app.