The company has worked with smartpen manufacturer Livescribe to create the new range.
Livescribe smartpens feature a camera on the tip, which reads a pattern of dots on the special Livescribe paper. Using this dot information the pens can track handwriting and send information through the Livescribe app to be converted into digital text.
Users can also record audio linked to their written notes and tag and flag items by tapping on-page icons with their smartpen.
The new Moleskine range uses the special Livescribe paper, combined with familiar Moleskine details including the ribbon bookmark and elastic closure.
Each page also features ‘control’ icons that let the user control their note-taking.
Maria Sebregondi, co-founder and vice president of brand equity and communications and Moleskine, says, ‘Far from disappearing, handwriting is developing into new forms.
‘Whereas once it relied on a quill and inkpot, now we use roller pens, spray cans or smartpens to capture our thoughts.’
Sebregondi adds, ‘We’re creating tools and services which bridge analogue and digital methods for a more seamless experience.’
The new Moleskine notebooks are available now priced at £18.