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.
Summary: I got this pen after we did a case study for this product in our class. I was all excited when the product arrived, but it would not even charge when I plugged it in. I just shelved all plans to digitize my writing, I will stick to my good old scanner for now.
Summary: While it looks like a great toy, this never installed on my XP home system. After 3 hours with Logictech support (that is phone time, not the many hours of waiting time!) and many attempts at setting privledges in the Registry, it still never installed.
Summary: Based on the reviews of this product, I purchased it. Sadly, I have now returned it. The pen simply could not recognize my handwriting. I went through the "training wizard", or whatever it was called, to teach the software to recognize my handwriting.
Summary: I buy the product for a personalized solution of Anoto, but don't work me. This product works only with paper products of Logitech and this information is not available in the product details.!