The D:Scribe is a pen that digitizes your writing to send as a text message. You write whatever you want, circle the name of the recipient, and the pen sends the data to your cell phone via Bluetooth, which in turn fires off the text or email message. The current status of messages is displayed on the pen's little OLED display.
This post at geekology about a special digital pen got my attention. I love pens especially fountain pen. Since PC's and electronic patient files a pen is hardly used anymore. I used to have a whole range of fountain pens. Since a couple of years I am the proud owner of a Montblanc fountain pen. It was a present for my birthday from my colleagues. I sometimes look for excuses to use it. May be they should invent a fountain pen for blogging.
From an earlier post about a special digital pen on livescribe.com
A pen that can record what you are writing as well as record and sync audio with whatever you write, so you never miss a word. With Paper Replay, users can tap on their notes written on paper to hear exactly what was said. They can also fast forward, rewind, jump ahead, pause, and even speed up or slow down their audio recordings using controls printed on the bottom of each page. Yes your notes on the computer screen as well as on paper. You will have to see it to believe it Have a look at the demo video's at livescribe.com
You can't buy it yet, takes a couple of months.
Since the D:Scribe is yet not available there is also an alternativ the Mobile PC Note Taker
You can use the Mobile Notetaker everywhere without a computer. The device stores everything you write in its internal memory. When you are back at home/your office - simply upload it to your computer. The internal flash memory can store up to 50 pages (size A4). The Mobile Notetaker is powered by 2 AAA Batteries and has a unique LCD screen to confirm input.