Excerpt: The Dane-elec Digital Zpen claims to allow you to take notes with a pen that can be transfered directly to your computer and translated into text. The pen comes with a receiver that is clipped to the top of the paper you are writing on.
Summary: Perfect for protecting a digital pen, this case is exactly what I had hoped it would be. The shell is hard which protects the pen nicely. The whole case is about the same size as a glasses case. I've not had any problems with the zip, although I believe some people may have?
Summary: The Zpen itself is disappointing. Instructions not very clear. I haven't had the energy to 'train' the pen so it is not meeting the purpose for which I bought it. Therefore buying the case was a waste of money.
Excerpt: Virtually non-existent installation instructions and one of the supposedly bundled pieces of software is a promised future download. Only the capture software works with Mac OS despite all of the advertising bumpf clearly stating that the product is compatible with Microsoft/Mac/Linux OSs.
Excerpt: I found installation to be fairly easy and the capture software runs fine on my XP machine. Output to PDF is really useful for meeting notes. The conversion to text (copy to Word etc) is generally OK, though sometimes I have to edit the odd word or two. That probably has more to do with my handwriting being on a par with a 4 year olds. 4/5 from me.
Résultats en fonction de l'équiment dont on dispose
28 December 2011
Excerpt: Excellente idée aux résultats très variables, avec windows vista officiellement ça marche mais pas toujours tout dépend de l'édition dont on dispose, les versions de vista vendues avec ordi pour usage domestique sont à proscrire. Pour un usage professionnel, vous devez avoir les droits administrateur sur votre poste sinon, pas de chargement. Pour une reconnaissance optimale, il faut écrire distinctement, en espaçant bien les lignes.