Tag Archives: Digital paper

Pen Computing Is Still About the Pen

By | June 4, 2007

I’ve always loved the idea of pens that work with your computer, either transcribing our hand-written notes, or faithfully reproducing our drawings on our computer, but the promise has always dwarfed the reality. Is LiveScribe different? LiveScribe, launched at last week’s D conference, differs from previous digital pens in several ways: instead of merely trying to capture what… Read More »

A New Digital Pen From Logitech

By | September 13, 2004

Logitech announced today it has upgraded its digital pen, the io Pen, with the io2 Digital Writing System, which features “a refined, slimmer digital pen design — thanks to the shrinking of internal technology — along with more paper options and enhanced handwriting recognition that is now part of the core offering”. The Logitech io2 Digital Writing System… Read More »

Update: The Logitech Pen Goes Further

By | October 7, 2003

 Folks, this blog won’t be updated as regularly as usual as I’m on the road. But here’s something for those of you who either bought the Logitech io digital pen, or were thinking about it: a free software update that includes handwriting recognition, meaning you can search through everything you write — before you could do so only through text… Read More »

Column: the io pen

By | March 21, 2003

Loose Wire — The Pen Is Mightier Than The Computer, Too: Check out the io Personal Digital Pen: It’s a pen that can store everything you write and transfer it to your computer; And you don’t have to lug a hand-held device along with you for it to work By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 27 March 2003 edition… Read More »