Just when you thought touchscreen Laptops and tablets would be sufficient, here comes an Ink Pad that will let you write on a real notebook while it gets doubly-recorded in your laptop.
There’s no word on availability here in the States but it should be available some time next year.
SEOUL, Korea (AVING) — <Visual News> Freesat(www.freesat.co.kr) has presented its ‘Ink Pad’ able to input and save letters or figures in the computer just with a paper and an ink pen.
By putting any paper on the Ink Pad and then writing anything, users can store the written contents in the computer or share them with colleagues during a meeting. The Ink Pad also supports ink chatting on the MSN Instant Messenger.