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LAMY AL-star Black EMR Stylus
[LA-1334290]
Introducing the first LAMY digital writing and drawing instrument.

The all new LAMY AL-star black EMR stylus enables a high degree of writing performance and comfort suitable for a wide variety of applications. The LAMY AL-star black EMR acheives a writing experience that's fluid while maintaining a high level of comfort. EMR (electro-magnetic resonance) allows electronic pens to operate without either cords or batteries.

Its housing is based of the popular LAMY AL-star rollerball - chosen because of its highly functional design and perfect ergonomics.

The 0.7mm contact nibs are replaceable and are able to detect in excess of 4096 pressure levels. This gives the writer a high degree of control, line width, speed and accuracy. Thus it combines the advantages of writing manually with the unlimited possibilities of digital processing. It is compatible with most mobile devices that support Wacom EMR technology for example, Galaxy Note tablets and Samsung smartphones, as well as many devices from other manufacturers. Please click here to check if your device is compatible.

A customizable shortkey is featured which can allow instant access to a configurable menu in the device. It's easy to create digitized notes and sketches with the LAMY AL-star black EMR stylus when used with appropriate applications and programs. These applications include, graphics, planner entries, computer fonts, translations and keyword searches.



Lamy is regarded worldwide as a pioneer among the manufacturers of fine writing instruments. The family-owned firm, which was founded in 1930, embraced the contemporary, Bauhaus - 揻orm follows function -design dictum in 1966 when Dr. Manfred Lamy stepped into the directorship of the firm. This design ethic remains a key to the popularity of Lamy pens today.

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