Summary: It was easy for me to set up on your computer. It does everything that the company claims it will do. Special paper is not easily found. Wish that the refills were gel instead of ball point pen ink.
Summary: The pen is easy to set up and use. It has a nice feel in your hand. Software is an easy install. The handwriting conversion could be better, and the training takes quite some time to finish. I'm not sure if the device "learns" as it continues, but that would be nice. It does work and you do at least get a nice image of your notes. My only complaint is that it is tightly integrated to Microsoft Office documents; ok, it does Word, Outlook, Onenote, etc.
Summary: This is pretty useful. If my printing were more legible, it would make things a bit easier when I convert to a word document. I use it for conference notes, converting to Word, then splitting the screen to drag and drop the items into our conference note form.
Summary: this review is probably a bit premature. have only used it for 6 or 8 sheets of paper. it's not perfect, but then neither is my printing. all things considered, i like it and recommend it. faithfully captures all that is written on digital paper (required), looks like a scanned image. with simple encode, will convert image to text into a ms one note or ms word doc. fair to good. other conversions are available, limited recognition of indented outlining.
Summary: This is a great product for those who probably don't write too much. As an engineering student, I found the incapability of this product to interpret greek letters and equations quite understandable - however, it maxed out at 6 pages and that is just too little for even an hour or note taking in a tough class. Plus, It would be nice to be able to turn off the pen occasionally.
Excerpt: I'm a note-taker at university for several months of the year, and spend quite a substantial amount of time waiting for lectures to begin. I like to be on time for things, so have a tendency to be ten minutes early. That's just my quirk. I first saw an article for a digital pen in a writing magazine, and mentioned it to my kids. One my next birthday, I was gifted my own - a Logitech io2 model. Setting up the software on my computer was simple.