Papershow: digital pen and paper for when you need to scribble and do PowerPoint

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I’ve heard that there are still some people around who like writing and drawing with a pen and paper, yet have been dragged kicking and screaming into the PowerPoint age.

For those (and slightly saner people, too) the Papershow Bluetooth digital pen and pad has been created.

Not only can you “go retro” and draw out diagrams, take notes, and create all sorts of other doodles, but they can be transferred immediately to a PC for use in live presentations, or saved for later presentations.

The pen can write with different thickness and colours, just like a real pen, and it’s also possible to erase, undo, and correct information.

Prices start at £117.49.

Product page (via Coolest Gadgets)

Andy Merrett