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I wish I understood from the review what this product does! So its like a pen, and you write on paper and then you can make it a digital document to pc? Confused
It writes on paper, translates, records etc... Looks darn nifty!!! Check out a few youtubes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...
Like Kaiser I did not understand what this product does either.A video review is a must for this product so you can understand it.
Seems a pointless product and excercise to me, I am sure better products will eclipse it.
I don't understand what this pen does either. From the review I couldn't deduce if it writes over plain paper with an ink and digitizes the movements (how can it have play and stop buttons drawn on a paper then?) or it writes over some kind of OLED display (but then how can it have 100 pages?).What is it and what does it do, those are my questions after reading the review...That's not a very well written review is it? :-))
I think it achieves the same result as using a pen and paper along scanning it in to your pc, so it does what a 5p pen and a 50p pad and a scanner does for £150 but it just remembers when you wrote it and inserts the audio recordings in a note-recording timelinewell that's what I think it does
I don't normally comment on these reviews and such but...I assumed it did what Jay said from reading the first two paragraphs when the review first popped up and was uninterested so didn't read the rest. But I read the comments about not knowing what it did and thought "what idiots"...but upon reading the review...I, too, have no idea what it does...what on earth is the drawn piano keyboard about? what do you do to it? how can the paper make sound? Am I really reading it wrong? I'm at something of a loss...maybe we need to know what digital paper is before reading the review? I'm sort of intrigued about the whole thing now that no one knows what the hell it does.
Good lord - I hope you all can at least manage to fork the food into your mouth."a ballpoint pen with an embedded computer and digital audio recorder. When used with special paper, it records what it writes for later uploading to a computer, and synchronizes those notes with any audio it has recorded. This allows a user to replay portions of a recording by tapping on the notes he or she was taking at the time the recording was made. It is also possible to select which portion of a recording to replay by tapping on the relevant portion of a page on-screen, once it has been synced to the Livescribe desktop software." - Wikipedia; you might have heard of it.
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