Transfer written notes and drawings to a PC

by Larry Emmott on July 13, 2007

in General,Hardware

The following comes from the digimemo web site here. This looks like a great way to add notes to a chart or digitize a lab Rx. 

Digitally Capture and Store Everything You Write with Ink on Ordinary Paper.
 
The DigiMemo L20 is a stand-alone device with storage capability that digitally captures and stores everything you write or draw with ink on ordinary paper, without the use of computer and special paper. Then you can easily view, edit, organize and share your handwritten notes in Windows.
When connected to a PC, the DigiMemo L20 offers an on-line writing function which can instantly synchronize your writing on the paper with the digital page in its software in Windows. It also is a USB tablet device in Windows.

Click here to order DigiMemo L20s!
 

 

1. Take Notes
Place any ordinary paper or notepad on the digital pad. Write on the paper with the digital inking pen.
The digital pad digitally records anything you write in its built-in storage device or an optional SD card in real time.
One page you write is stored as one digital page.
 

2. Connect to the PC
Connect the digital pad to your PC by USB port.


 

3. Organize Your Notes
With its DigiMemo Manager software, you can easily view, edit and organize your digital pages in Windows.
You also can use the on-line writing function which can instantly synchronize your writing on the paper with the digital page in its software.
Save any digital pages you arbitrarily select as a book file (e-Book).

 

4. Send via e-Mail
Share your notes with others via e-Mail.

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