Wacom Bamboo Slate and Bamboo Folio allow you to use paper notebooks for data input in a digital representation
At IFA 2016, Wacom introduced the Bamboo products, Slate and Bamboo Folio. Manufacturer describes them as a bridge between the familiar paper notepads and the world of computer data in a digital representation. The devices vary in size, but they both work with Wacom Inkspace and cloud services, providing converting drawings to vector format and handwriting recognition.
In Bamboo and Bamboo Slate Folio technology is used for pen input Wacom EMR (Electro Magnetic Resonance). To connect with a smartphone or tablet running iOS or Android, is Bluetooth.
Model Bamboo Slate in the form of a tablet, offered in two variants: A5 and A4. They cost 130 and 150 euros respectively. Model Bamboo Folio is made in the form of the cover with pockets for business cards. It is designed for notebooks A4 and costs 200 euros.