The EasyPen i405 and MousePen i608 are perfect for summer play and on-the-go work environments
MIAMI (July 7, 2009)– Genius (www.geniusnetusa.com), a brand division of KYE Systems Corp., today announced new additions to the company’s extensive line up of digital tablets, the EasyPen i405 and MousePen i608, for business professionals, graphic designers and artists on-the-go. The tablets are dual-platform, working on both MACs and PCs, and come with a variety of useful software.
The EasyPen i405 has 28 programmable “Hot-Keys”, while the MousePen i608 has 29, for instant and easy access to common Office and Internet functions. The cordless pen features 1024-level pressure sensitivity and two buttons for controlling shapes and thickness while drawing or writing. The EasyPen i405 has a 4” x 5.5” working area for easy transport and use in a car, coffee shop or any type of mobile office. The MousePen i608 has a larger 8”x6” working area and comes with a cordless mouse with integrated scroll wheel for ease and convenience while using the tablet.
Both tablets can be used to write, draw, sketch and/or sign documents, saving time and creating a great solution to paper waste. Users have the ability to edit their photos, make comments, personalize documents and navigate their workspace for the perfect personal touch. It is ideal for creative types who like drawing, bloggers, artists, and anyone craving a digital pen as opposed to a keyboard, which only allows typing.
Priced at $79 MSRP (EasyPen i405) and $99 MSRP (MousePen i608), both tablets come bundled with PenNotice, Annotate for Word, Commander, PenMail, and PenSigner, providing useful and convenient functions for presentations or handwritten notes. Interested shoppers can go to NewEgg.com, Amazon.com, Tiger Direct, Buy.com or other retailers and distributors listed at http://www.geniusnetusa.com/buy.php.
More information on all of Genius’ tablets visit www.geniusnetusa.com.
ABOUT KYE SYSTEMS CORP.
Genius was established in 1985. Genius product portfolio includes computer mice, keyboards, web and security cameras, speakers, gaming peripherals, remote controls, headphones, digital cameras, digital camcorders and digital photo frames. It also holds the U.S. patent for mouse scroll-wheel technology. In 2007 Genius announced a newly invented optical touch-controlled scroll-wheel for fast browsing of web pages and documents in eight directions. Genius expanded from computer peripherals into consumer electronic products that include mobile phone accessories, Bluetooth headsets, digital cameras, digital photo frames, iPod speakers and MP4 players.