Transformational Writing Experience with Lenovo WRITEit – Apr 15, 2015–Research Triangle Park, USA (Techreleased) – The new innovative software application of Lenovo’s WRITEit is out in the market to transform the experience of handwriting on select pen-enabled devices to a really constructive and practical solution. It provides concurrent feedback and correction ability and work with various technologies across Lenovo Windows 8 devices such as active pen, AnyPen or digitizer. These advantages are compelling enough for the users to write with a pen rather than typing on a keyboard, allowing them a much faster, accurate and continuous. The new Lenovo WRITEit liberates the users to write nearly anywhere they want.
WRITEit sets itself apart from other handwriting devices by taking the handwriting experience beyond the boundaries of a limited, app-specific innovation to an extraordinarily feasible source of input. It provides the users the freedom to write their input directly into any virtual text field that permits typed-input even if the field doesn’t have the native pen support. In this way, WRITEit exposes it users to varied new writing possibilities beyond the typical note-taking and drawing apps. For insistence, instead of using on-screen keyboard to quickly search the web, users can directly write the search term in a browser. It also works effectively for social media, emails, online forms, etc.
In real time as users write or convert handwriting to text characters, WRITEit works in the background. The device has an automatic suggestion tool that provides alternatives to unrecognized words, hence, helping the users to detect typos and produce text free of errors. Moreover, editing can be done easily with a collection of gesture commands. These features would be loved by the speedy writers who seek time saving while writing.
WRITEit is available for the following pen-enabled devices: ThinkPad 10, ThinkPad YOGA, ThinkPad Helix and YOGA Tablet 2 8-in with Windows featuring AnyPen technology. Lenovo will be bringing WRITEit to future products later this year.