You really do not want to lose Logitech's io2 digital pen

Peter Rojas
P. Rojas|09.13.04

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Peter Rojas
September 13, 2004 11:53 AM
You really do not want to lose Logitech's io2 digital pen image
You really do not want to lose Logitech's io2 digital pen image
Logitech io2

Logitech's first io digital pen hardly revolutionized that whole writing thing the way it was supposed to (might have had something to do with regular pens and paper working just fine), but they've just unveiled a second version of their Digital Writing System called the io2. Like the first one, the io2 automatically captures and digitizes whatever it is you're writing (as long as all that jotting and sketching is done on special paper), where it can imported via a USB cradle onto your PC. The main improvements of the io2 are better handwriting recognition and a wider selection of compatible paper. It'll probably be the most expensive pen you ever own (absolutely do not lose this one), but on the other hand it's still way cheaper than investing in a Tablet PC.

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