Digital Pen the IRIS Mobile NoteTaker types what you write
Handwriting tool the The IRISnotes Executive 1.0 turns your handwritten notes and sketches into digital data on your Apple Mac. The battery-powered pen and pad – transform scribbled notes and sketches into editable text on a computer.
The pen works by recording your hand movements which are then transmitted to a receiver on a clip put in at the top of an ordinary piece of paper. The receiver then can be connected to a computer where the IRISnotes Executive 1.0 software converts handwriting into electronic text that can be saved, edited, emailed and shared, and can be transported into Word or other word processing programmes. The files are also archived as handwritten notes.
Good for creative Mac types who like to scribble as well as type.
I.R.I.S. Mobile Note Taker: costs 149€ and will be available on May 1st, 2010, see: website
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logipen works better for less $$$$
This is exactly the sort of thing I’m looking for. Has ShinyShiny had the chance to review it yet? I’d love to see a video from you guys – always more trustworthy than an ‘official’ clip from the company.