The updated Iogear Mobile Scribe captures 50 pages of your handwriting and doodles on any surface, using normal ink, and without the need to be connected to a computer like the previous Digital Scribe GPEN100C. This storage capability is more than enough for a full day of classes and meetings, but short of the 250 pages necessary to do anything really useful. And with useful I really mean full-length stickmen animations. Full specs after the jump:

• The first device ever to capture natural handwriting from any surface, and store it in the receiver for future use

• Students don't need to carry their laptops to class, write on paper and upload your notes when you are back in the comfort of your room

• No special notepad, digital pad, or ink is required

• Included handwriting recognition software (OCR software) turns your handwriting into digital text

• Full editing capabilities allow you to easily modify your notes

• Export notes via JPEG format and share notes with other users via E-mail or Instant Messaging

• Write on any paper up to Letter or A4 size

• 12 Language OCR Support (English, Spanish, Traditional/Simplified Chinese, French, Dutch, Italian, German, Portuguese, Swedish, Korean, Japanese, and Russian)

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