Take notes to another level with Bamboo Spark

Wacom sent me their newest invention, the Bamboo Spark. The Bamboo Spark is a notebook, but not any notebook. It can transfer all your notes or drawings to you phone or tablet with just a push of a button. This is seriously one of the best things because I personally love to write things down but I hate carrying a big calendars or books with me. The same thing goes that I don’t necessarily like to write things down on my phone in notes because it is so small and I can only write plain text.

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With the Bamboo Spark I can after transferring the notes to my phone or tablet, also edit the note. Which is perfect for say a checklist or if i ned to add anything. Lets say that you are out to buy a ton of stuff and because you can edit the notes you can check things off your list, or add new things while you’re on the go. The Bamboo Spark uses a special ballpoint pen to capture everything that you put on the paper but you can use any paper for the notebook. Saving the documents are so easy. Just simply push the button once and your notes are saved to the Bamboo cloud and you can see your notes in the Bamboo Spark app. You can even save your notes to Evernote or Dropbox and share them with your friends or whoever needs to see them.


The notebook itself can store up to 100 pages so you don’t have to be connected to your devices while you’re taking notes, just make sure to save them and they will be transfered as soon as your Bamboo Spark connects to your device via Bluetooth. Not only is this a great tool for anyone that takes a lot of notes, but if you’re an artist or draw a lot you can easily transfer your drawings and make them digital. After that you can edit them however and make copies if you so want. This really makes me want to be able to draw


To read more about the Bamboo Spark check out their website.

This is a sponsored post in partnership with Wacom and Her Campus Media. I received the product free of charge. All words and opinions are my own.


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