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WTD - Digital notebook

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:7 Positive/1 Neutral/1 Negative
need one of these for college, let me know your price including delivery
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:7 Positive/1 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
Pretty usefull... transfer your scribbles to PDF / Word... THink it would have a hard job reading mine!

I havn't got one to sell, however have seen them used. Seem really good. Not sure how many will have one to sell out there though but good luck.
#2
ajay87
Pretty usefull... transfer your scribbles to PDF / Word... THink it would have a hard job reading mine!

I havn't got one to sell, however have seen them used. Seem really good. Not sure how many will have one to sell out there though but good luck.


What i thought, I need one as It would be usefull to have all the lectures saved intead of just on paper
#3
I have a Nokia SU-1B digital Anoto pen, with lots of Oxford digital paper and Denos software if you are interested. You can bluetooth your 'scribbles' (lol) straight from the pen to your output device of choice.
It comes boxed with dock, leads and three spare refills (it functions as a normal pen too).
Interested? It ain't cheap, but it is probaby cheaper than a dedicated digi-notebook as it can be used with a mobile phone, laptop, etc.
#4
Scribbles
I have a Nokia SU-1B digital Anoto pen, with lots of Oxford digital paper and Denos software if you are interested. You can bluetooth your 'scribbles' (lol) straight from the pen to your output device of choice.
It comes boxed with dock, leads and three spare refills (it functions as a normal pen too).
Interested? It ain't cheap, but it is probaby cheaper than a dedicated digi-notebook as it can be used with a mobile phone, laptop, etc.


So, what about it? Any good to you?
#5
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So, what about it? Any good to you?


depends how much it is really
#6
Well, the pen cost me £75 and the Oxford paper kit and Denos software was £43. With depreciation, I guess £80 for the pen and kit sounds about right. I'll also throw in 3x A6 'Black n red' notelet pads and a partly used hardback A4 b&r notebook too.
The cd comes with pdf templates to print your own sheets, so an adaquate supply of paper is guaranteed. But the kit is pretty much unused
#7
Scribbles
Well, the pen cost me £75 and the Oxford paper kit and Denos software was £43. With depreciation, I guess £80 for the pen and kit sounds about right. I'll also throw in 3x A6 'Black n red' notelet pads and a partly used hardback A4 b&r notebook too.
The cd comes with pdf templates to print your own sheets, so an adaquate supply of paper is guaranteed. But the kit is pretty much unused


hi, was only looking to spend around £30 so I will have to leave it then

thanks, dean
#8
k, no probs :)

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