E FUN, a consumer electronics designer and manufacturer of fun, lifestyle products, introduced the APEN A5 Digital Pen that converts any Apple iPad into a premium drawing pad and photo sketcher. The easy-to-use A5 is the most reliable and accurate way to take notes, draw, or sketch on the iPad without having to change your writing habits. Affordably priced ($89.99), the A5 is the ideal accessory for students, educators, business professionals and creative artists such as graphic designers, fashion designers, illustrators, animators, game developers, and more.
Designed to look and feel like a normal pen, the APEN line of digital pens delivers a natural writing and drawing experience where users can lean a hand on the screen as they do on paper. The A5's dongle-type receiver is simply plugged in to the iPad and users can write freely.
"The A5 is a unique product that is designed for a variety of uses and creative professions," stated Jason Liszewski, managing director for E FUN. "With a design that is ideal for drawing and sketching, the A5 augments the standard touch input of the iPad and enhances the way a user interacts with the screen. Easy and intuitive to use, the A5 allows users to precisely design, create, draw, write, sketch, and edit on the iPad -- tasks that a finger can't handle as well."
The APEN A5 is the best environmentally friendly green product that can be used at work, school and simply for fun. Professionals working from an office or home can go paperless -- handwrite e-mails and meeting memos, directly fill out forms on their iPad, write e-Signatures, and easily annotate on the screen. Perfect for students as well, note taking and sharing become quick and easy. The A5 makes tasks that cannot be done by keyboard such as inputting formulas and detailed question analysis a breeze. You will find that subjects such as Math, Physics and Chemistry have never been easier!
People of all ages can use the A5 to make their own greeting cards, send handwritten messages to friends and loved ones, sketch photos and do freehand drawings. With the A5, users can express their creativity anywhere and anytime, then share their creations via email or social networks. Sharing information with others is made easy -- users can annotate on screenshots of maps, webpages and more.