Bill Buxton's Notes

This device captures what is written on regular paper by using a special pen, but does so with a well thought-out wrinkle. The base unit that clips on the end of the paper is a USB memory stick, augmented with a microprocessor, software, and pen sensors. It needs no cables. When you are near your computer, you just plug it in to the USB port and transfer your notes the same way you would from any other memory stick. And, if you leave the device plugged in, the battery will charge.

Device Details

Company: EPOS | Year: 2007 | Original Price (USD): $79