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August 04, 2008

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Love it! How or where can I get on of these!?

Great review of a product that actually seems to have a little value. While not everyone is going to have a laptop/pc around when they're writing on paper with ink, i can see the value.

Well, can I? I just re-thought that. If i have my laptop or desktop, why would I be writing and not using my computer? How many things will I want a paper copy of that a digital copy wont suffice. Perhaps if I'm drawing pictures, and I'm not good at drawing with a mouse. However, that's about it.

Hmm .. interesting, but maybe I need to see the value in daily life before I rush to buy one.

Drew this pen looks brilliant. I have contacted them to see if I can get my hands on one also to trial. Thanks for making me aware of it.

I want one! It looks perfect for anyone who can't draw on a computer. I have a good A level art grade and maintain a healthy interest in my art, but have never ever been able to mix it with my blogging/life-on-my-laptop because I don't draw with the palm of my hand - which is what my mouse demands.

Where can I get one?

If i have my laptop or desktop, why would I be writing and not using my computer? How many things will I want a paper copy of that a digital copy wont suffice.

I tend to clatter when I type on a keyboard, which can be distracting/irritating in a meeting. So I tend to take notes on paper and transfer the essential bits to my computer later. I might like to be able to do both in one swoop.

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