By Andrew Liszewski
Based on the lively discussions going on in the comments section of my FLY Fusion Pentop Computer review, there seems to be quite a demand for devices capable of translating hand written text. So ThinkGeek is now selling a Mobile Notetaker that will not only work with regular paper, but also includes an LCD display that shows what you’ve just written or drawn.
Using it is as easy as clipping the Mobile Notetaker to the top of any pad of paper and writing away. It can capture and store up to 50 A4-sized pages of text or sketches, and will of course allow them to be uploaded to a PC where the notes can be converted into editable text.
At $169.99 from ThinkGeek it’s definitely more expensive than the FLY Fusion, but you also have to consider the fact that you don’t have the constant expense of buying special notebooks in order to be able to use it.
[ Mobile Notetaker ]