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If you often crave to edit a character or a place that you see on TV, here's your solution: Panasonic's Touch Pen lets you get TV screenshots and then edit them.

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It’s quite often that I feel the urge to reach out to the TV screen and create a doodle out of the person being shown. I’m sure others too have urges of getting snapshots of TV screens whenever they want and then edit those on their own. Well, to such cravings, Panasonic presents its Electronic Touch Pen.


Panasonic Touch Pen

Touch Pen is compatible with a selected number of Panasonic TVs. All you need, for the fun to begin, is the right TV together with the Touch Pen. The best part about this TV accessory is that you don’t have to fuss about connectivity – the Touch Pen is wireless.

So all you have to do is grab hold of the pen and start watching your TV. Fancy any given scene a little too much? Simply hold the pen to the screen. This prompts the TV to get a shot of the current screen and then present you with multiple editing options to tweak the image to your liking. You can then share the image with your friends and across the social media with the help of a paired tablet or through other options. The Touch Pen also doubles as a stylus to play games on the TV and apparently performs excellently as an input device for game control.

Even when being a trivial accessory, Touch Pen may gain traction given the fact that many households would want to keep it for fun. And businesses such as media houses can get one to highlight issues on the go while watching TV. This Pen has many applications and we’d want to see where it’s headed in the future.

Courtesy: Engadget

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