Reviews and Problems with Logitech io 2 Digital Pen
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NOT compatible with Windows 7
Karen P. Oswalt "ko13", Amazon
21 November 2010
Summary: I wondered why this product was $86 and the identical product was over $200. My guess is that the $200 product is compatible with Windows 7, because the $86 product IS NOT. I have to return it and am disappointed.
Summary: I bought this pen in 2008 when I went back to school for an MBA. At the time I was working on Windows XP and it was fine, even though the Denos software that was provided with the pen (in France) wasn't stable and flexible. Lately, I've had a new laptop which runs on Vista and despite the fact that I installed the updated version of the software (plus Vista patch), it is not working at all anymore!
Summary: Logitech sold its digital pen business to Destiny ([...]) and does not provide support for the pen anymore - and, despite promises, Destiny has failedto deliver a Vista driver yet. However, there is a work-around. The following worked for me: - make sure .NET 1.1 and SP1 are installed on your computer - if not download both from microsoft.com and install.
Summary: Amazon is going to be selling the amazing new "Livescribe" pen. For some reason, searching Amazon for "Livescribe" brings up this older and much less capable device. Don't be fooled. (My 3-star rating is no reflection on this product, which I have never tried. You can't leave things unrated when posting a review, I think.
Summary: I bought this pen for my daughter to take lecture notes at university. It works like a charm. My only concern is that I have to keep buying the digital notebooks. The pen software loaded fine, and it works very well. Didn't take long to train it to read her handwriting.
Summary: Logitech IO2 Digital Pen ( 965154-0403 ) I'm a doctor. More to the point I'm a doctor who writes a lot of notes and is working on a book. Many have heard the parody of doctors' hadwriting. I'm no exception. This pen finds my handwriting more legible than most secretaries. I bought this pen to compare it with it's nearest competitor: The Fly Fusion Pentop Computer.
Summary: The title pretty much sums it up. I bought the pen because I was tired of spending hours each week typing up my notes (that I took in class). The problem with the pen (why I returned it) is that the handwriting recognition is a DISASTER. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm not saying I have the best handwriting in the world, but it takes some serious coding errors to interpret "this is a test" as "~de93, h;02".