The Digimemo A402 digitally captures and stores your analogue scribbles to flash memory, where they can be saved later on your PC at whim. After that you can simply view, edit, organize and share your handwritten notes in Windows. It's that easy!
Implications - The Digimemo A402 works by using a "digital ink" pen to make notes. The clipboard tracks the movement of the digital pen and then stores all the collected data onto a flash drive. This data gets turned into a standard image file, meaning that it can be easily customized or viewed at a later date. Could this be the bold future of note-taking? It certainly seems that way.
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Digitally Captures Your Writing to a Flash Card
- By: TechnoGadgetNov 29, 2006 Updated: Apr 21 2011