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Recycled Motherboard Pen

Posted in Pens by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2010

If anything will get geeks and techies to write with a pen once again instead of a keyboard, it’s this recycled motherboard pen. Sadly, the square shape doesn’t look very comfortable. On the other hand, it should impress all of your friends and cubicle-mates.

It’s only $4.99. But I’ll just stick to my keyboard since that square shape makes it look painful. If they would have put a flash drive on the other end I would be sold.

Livescribe Expands Pulse Smartpen Line for Holidays with 2GB, 4GB, and Pro-Pack Bundle

Posted in Pens by Shane McGlaun on October 19th, 2009

livescribe-sbLivescribe has added new products to its Pulse Smartpen portfolio for Holiday Gift Giving. The pen is now available in both 4GB and 2GB models with a new titanium color. The 4GB version can hold up to 400 hours of recorded audio and provides enough storage for apps for entertainment and education.

The 4GB model sells for $199.95 and the 2GB version sells for $169.95. Livescribe is also offering a Pro-Pack bundle that includes the 4GB pen in black, an A5 size notebook, premium leather holder, handwriting to text software, and the Pro Charging Cable for $249.95.

Livescribe smartpen gets pencast capability

Posted in Pens by Shane McGlaun on May 6th, 2009

livescribepulse-sbI know a few people who swear by the Livescribe smartpen. The device stores digital copies of handwritten notes and can record audio notes at the same time. I have never used the pen myself, but the problem for me I think would be that I have horrible handwriting. I would end up with printed notes I can’t read and digital notes I can’t read at the same time.

Livescribe has announced a new feature for its smartpen called Pencasts. The feature allows anyone using the smartpen to share notes digitally along with drawings, and conversations via websites, podcasts and even tweets.

ACME Ray Gun pen

Posted in Pens by Conner Flynn on February 7th, 2009

ACME Ray Gun penI haven’t written in pen for a long time, but had I had the Ray Gun pen, I would be writing in pen constantly, making pew pew sounds followed by explosions. This pen comes from a company named ACME and is clearly the best pen ever made.

The “Ray Gun” is a retractable roller ball with a “special ‘gun sight’-shaped clip,” a stand that completes the look and even some cool packaging. It was created by U.K. designer Ben Hall and will be available this month for $130.

New Pulse smartpen writes, records, dances a jig

Posted in Pens by Nino Marchetti on January 29th, 2008

Livescribe PulseA company by the name of Livescribe has unveiled what it is calling a “smartpen,” a computer within a pen. It is called the Pulse and it will be available this March.

The Pulse captures handwriting, according to Livescribe, while at the same time recording audio and synchronizing it with the writing. One can tap on the notes to play what was recorded while they were writing.

Iogear debuts new digital OCR pen

Posted in Iogear,Pens by Nino Marchetti on August 20th, 2007

Iogear Digital ScribeIogear unveiled today a new device for transferring longhand notes and drawings from paper to a computer. This product is called the Digital Scribe (GPEN100C) and it should be available now for around $100.

The Iogear Digital Scribe is an electronic pen which uses standard ink and also transmits what you write on paper to a PC so it can be converted to digital text for editing and storage. The pen has an infrared sensor to capture hand movements and an ultrasonic transmitter in it which sends signals to an electronic receiver. This receiver, connected to a Windows machine through a USB cable, sends what you’ve written to OCR software for digital conversion.

Digix 1GB USB Ballpoint Pen

Posted in Flash Memory,Pens by Reuben Drake on August 17th, 2007

Digix USB ballpoint pen with 1GB of storageAvailable in colors of black, pearl blue, red, and silver, the Korean company DIGIX has released a ballpoint pen that also houses a USB flash drive. The pen measures 6.1×0.5×0.5 inches and has 1GB of storage capacity. Simply remove the cap from the back of the pen to expose the USB 2.0 compatible plug.

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LeapFrog updates Fly pentop computer

Posted in Kids,Pens by Nino Marchetti on July 25th, 2007

Fly FusionLeapFrog launched today a new pentop computer designed to help students ages 10 and up with their homework through writing digitization. The new Fly Fusion is priced at around $80 and should be available now.

The Fly Fusion expands upon the Fly Pentop Computer, which LeapFrog released two years ago. The Fly Fusion, using dot-enabled paper designed by LeapFrog, lets a student take written notes which can later be uploaded to a computer for storage. These notes can be searched and indexed so students can electronically make the most use of what they transcribed.

Genius PenSketch 9X12 invites digital doodling

Posted in Digital Imaging,Genius,Pens by Nino Marchetti on July 24th, 2007

Genius PenSketch 9X12Genius, a division of KYE Systems, is releasing a new digital pad for artists, graphic designers and generally anyone who likes to digitally doodle. The Genius PenSketch 9X12 is priced at around $249 and should be available now.

The Genius PenSketch 9X12 is a pen tablet style digital pad for letting users sketch screen art and other forms of free-hand design. It has a large work area and is cordless so that users can work more comfortably. A rubber coated cordless pen with two programmable buttons can be put into the pen-holder when not in use. This pen can control all kinds of shapes and is built with 1024-level of pressure to make thickness control, editing and design easier to do.

Perfect Penmanship With The Inka Pen

Posted in Pens by Chetz on July 3rd, 2007

Inka PenIf you’re still looking for that one-of-a-kind pen perhaps the Inka Pen is the one. It sounds like the perfect solution to today’s always on-the-go urban professional: lightweight, super-durable and it comes with a key-ring so you can just fasten it to whatever is most convenient for you.

The o-ring is watertight; unscrew it and out pops the ballpoint writing utensil so you can quickly jot down your thoughts. Turn it around and screw the pen portion into the container portion and now you’ve got a full-sized scribbler for taking down longer sentences. And if you’re always losing your PDA’s stylus the Inka comes equipped with one integrated into its base.

The pressurized ink cartridge means that your Inka will still keep on inking even at any temperature, any angle, any altitude and even in the water. If that’s not enough for you, if you manage …

V-Mouse, the Wireless Pen Mouse

Posted in Mouse,Pens by Darrin Olson on June 16th, 2007

V-Mouse is a Wireless Pen MouseSalient Technology has a wireless mouse shaped a like a large pen with a rubberized grip which addresses a lot of complaints designers have with using the traditional mouse. Some common complaints include difficulty doing any type of drawing or detailed work with a traditionally shaped mouse, that they often take up a significant amount of desk space and that wires are always in the way.

This V-Mouse model (VM-203) uses RF communication to run wireless and has a rechargeable Li battery that charges up through a USB connection. It even has two buttons to work like the right and left buttons of a standard mouse and can simulate the third button scrolling. It’s compatible with Windows and Mac OS’s and can transmit its signal to a USB 1.1 dongle from up to 10 meters away. The V-Mouse wireless pen mouse (Designer …

Nokia Digital Pen SU-1B – Save 100 Pages of Text in a Pen

Posted in Bluetooth,Nokia,Pens by Chris Weber on January 14th, 2007

Have you tried tablet PC’s but found that writing on one isn’t so enjoyable? Do you like writing notes but wish there was a nice way to transfer them to a digital format? Well your problems are solved.

Nokia’s Digital Pen SU-1B (couldn’t their marketing come up with something better?) is an an ink pen that remembers what it writes. In fact its memory is so good it can remember up to 100 A5 sized pages. A5 is the typical size of American notebook paper used in schools.

The pen is compatible with both phones, via Bluetooth and PC’s, via USB. To use the pen with a phone it must be “paired” to that phone. Once this is done you can send text to your phone.

The pen comes with B7 and A5 sized digital paper. The paper is included with the package but when you run out you must get more at …