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October 24, 2017


Tom Stirewalt

. I am thinking about Phree pen. Different shape, no special paper etc. wireless/bluetooth direct to OneNote. Am researching, integrates with win10 and Android. Handwriting recognition. "problem" is that you cannot actually see what you are writing - "pen" tip does not ink. I was thinking of "taping" a stick pen/pencil to it so I can see what I am writing. I will tell you what I come up with and do. Good luck with the Livescribe-3.
. I am also intrigued with something called a PUP scanner. I am not sure it is out of GoFundMe yet, but am looking into it. Seems fast, easy, no fuss, no having to move either the paper or the scanner ==> it is very much like taking a picture, but not having to look thru a viewfinder.

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