Livescribe continues to improve the electric pen.
Latest product from the technology-centered children's learning company teaches kids to read and lets parents track their progress.
Seattle-based Adapx is yet another digital ink company, this one aimed at business note takers, particularly those who take their digital works into rugged environments.
The PaperShow kit merges paper scribbling and digital presentation and makes exchanging ideas fun. It would be an excellent tool if it was easier to install and the pen had a longer battery life.
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Company announces details for its computer-in-a-digital-pen. High-end version will have 2GB of memory and cost $199; a 1GB version will sell for $149.
Past attempts at a high-tech quill have ended up as expensive paperweights, but a new crop of start-ups has higher hopes.