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In 2008, I was still using laptops running Windows, and had a project which included having many meetings with alot of people. I found the process of retyping my on paper written notes onto my OneNote application tedious and felt I could spent my time more productive.
Visiting Canada, I found a digital pen called the Mobile Digital Scribe from IOGear (GPEN200N) for 99$ which did not need special paper, but worked with a special pen and a sensor you could place on any surface, to register all notes I would write on paper. With the simple included software, I could easily integrate my handwritten notes into OneNote.
Not long later, however, I switched to a MacBook Pro running OSX and was unable to use the digital pen any longer, since there was no such support on Mac. I could use the device connected to my MacBook as a mouse, but not really for taking notes.
Up until I did some research…