In addition to the reading function, many brands of readers today are also equipped with a note-taking function. They can use an electromagnetic pen to write on the screen, becoming a veritable electronic paper, bringing convenience to users. They all use Wacom EMR (Electro-Magnetic Resonance) technology, so in addition to the brand's original pens, electromagnetic pens launched by other third-party manufacturers can also be used on them.
When self-reading ink launched the mooInk Pro 2 series last year, it was provided as a set with Lamy EMR pens and Staedtler Noris Digital Jumbo, making these two electromagnetic pens the most well-known among reader enthusiasts in Hong Kong and Taiwan, and their writing experience was also well received. The former is made of Lamy's classic fountain pen mold, which is more textured than the brand's original electromagnetic pen at the time; the latter is in the shape of an octagonal pencil, which is very interesting.
If you are a pen lover yourself, today I will introduce to you another pen-shaped electromagnetic pen──Kaweco AL SPORT Connect EMR Black . Kaweco is a German writing instrument brand founded in 1889 with a history of more than 100 years. It is especially famous for its high-quality pens and pencils. This pen adopts its classic SPORT octagonal cap design, an all-black aluminum metal pen body, and a weight of 22 grams, giving users the feel of holding a real pen.
If you like Staedtler pencils, the Mars Lumograph digital series they recently launched will make you fall in love. This series includes two models, the Mars Lumograph digital without a glue wiper function and the Mars Lumograph digital jumbo with a glue wiper tip at the end of the pen body. Both use 0.7mm refills, have the same writing feel, and are also made of wood in Germany. However, the former uses a lighter and smaller octagonal pen body, while the latter uses a thickened triangular pen body, making it easier for users to hold it for a long time.
If you have a reader with writing function, you might as well try these two electromagnetic pens.
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