Adobe is known for its software applications, such as Flash and Photoshop. In 2014, the company will being to sell hardware items for the first time. Adobe announced
that it has partnered with Adonit to manufacture a cloud pen and digital ruler that it will begin selling in the first half of next year. The pen and ruler work with the iPad and iPad apps Adobe has developed. Adobe has not yet announced pricing for the products. They also have not said whether or not they will offer Android versions of the apps.
Adobe says its digital pen, Project Mighty, is pressure sensitive and connects to Adobe's Creative Cloud. Adobe says this means you can "carry all of your favorite personal digital assets, brushes and colors with you, copy/paste across devices and more." A button on the end of the pen lets you access the cloud menus for different brush styles and colors. You can erase using your finger. The digital ruler helps you draw on the iPad by projecting lines on the screen to make it easier to draw straight lines and borders.
Here is a video about Project Mighty from Adobe. Take a look: