IRIS Mobile NoteTaker turns your digital scribbles into text files

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IRIS are set to launch the Mobile NoteTaker. Clipping a receiver to the top of a blank sheet of paper, the battery powered pen converts your hand movements into a text file that can be edited on both PCs and MACs.

If you’ve spent years perfecting your cursive scrawl, you’ll be happy to hear the software also archives handwritten versions of your notes too.

The USB receiver can store up to 100 pages of handwritten text, and can recognise 26 different languages, including English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, Arabic and Russian. With the receiver plugged into your PC, the IRIS Mobile NoteTaker can then also be used as a mouse alternative.

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Gerald Lynch
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