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Mobo A4 Digital Notepad with Online Writing Function

Updated on November 7, 2013

Digital notepads are as great for students taking notes in class as for a business person taking notes in a meeting. Handwritten data and drawings easily becomes digital data that can be transferred to a computer. An email with a personal touch can be sent to anyone in your address book. The Mobo Note A4 Digital Notepad has a few extra tricks that many other digital notepads do not possess.

 After your notes are on the computer the software also lets you edit and organize the files As digital notepads go you may already be impressed that the file formats available are BMP, JPEG, Gif and PNG. It is common to use a digital notepad with or without a computer – but now comes the real impressive feature.

What if you could write on your digital notepad and immediately see what you wrote on your computer screen? The Mobo Note A4 uses Mobo Note Manger software to make this possible. It is referred to as an “online writing function”. As you write, draw or doodle it instantly appears on your computer screen just the way it looks on paper.




 The writing ink pen is not your ordinary pen. It measures a bit longer than 5.25 (5.28) inches long and almost a half inch (4.5) inches diameter. It is powered by a 1.55V button battery and it still weighs a mere .48 ounces. Writiing with it feels normal since it writes with ordinary ink.


Carrying the Mobo with you to class or to meetings does not weight you down. It is lightweight weighing in at about 1.4 pounds plus the weight of its 4 AAA batteries and the 140 page notepad that it holds. Battery life is not lightweight since the Mobo Note A4 will keep you writing, drawing and doodling for up to 80 hours. Extending the battery life is easy – just plug it into your computer for a charge via a USB port.

The Mobo A4 Digital Notepad is not obtrusive either. It measures 8.5 inches x 11.9 inches which just larger than an ordinary letter size notepad. With the notepad in place the Mobo A4 measures a little over a half inch and without the notepad it measures less than a half inch thick.

No need to have the latest and greatest computer system for the Mobo A4 Digital Notepad. All you need is Pentium III or better with 32MB of free space or better and at least 128MB or better of RAM. You need a CD ROM to load the software and a USB port for syncing the Mobo A4 with your computer.

It seems like magic when you write with real ink on an ordinary notepad held in place by a lightweight base and have everything you write be digitally stored automatically. Beyond that your stored files can be transferred, edited and emailed to anyone you like.


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    • Debbie Cook profile image

      Debbie Cook 7 years ago from USA


      This is not anything like an iPad. The pen you are referring to is one that I have also written about. This is the link -


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      Eason 7 years ago

      Is this digital notepad same as the ipad? I've seen a product called memory pen which can record sound and writing using a special paper. It can play back at any time of recording as you want.

    • Earth Angel profile image

      Earth Angel 7 years ago

      Wow!! This looks GREAT Debbie!!

      I have a dear older friend who 'writes by hand' and refuses to enter the computer age!! I have spent years scanning his work into the computer and editing! This would provide a wonderful solution!!

      I will buy from your Hub!!

      Thank you so very much!!

      Blessings always, Earth Angel!!