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1. Seiko InkLink Handwriting System
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2. Mimio Carrying Case
$120.46
3. MIMIO CLASSROOM - TEACHERS CAN
4. Boone(R) e-Beam Traveler Carrying
5. Boone(R) e-Beam(TM) Electronic
6. Boone(R) e-Beam(TM) Printer Interface
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7. Brother CP2000 CopyPoint Whiteboard
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8. Mimio Digital Meeting Assistant
9. Mimio Flipchart Carrying Case
10. MIMIO XI ERASER (SILVER)

1. Seiko InkLink Handwriting System
by Seiko Instruments Austin, Inc.
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00006B7UH
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Seiko Instruments Austin, Inc.
Sales Rank: 12243
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Seiko Instruments InkLink handwriting system is the ultimate tool for instantly capturing your handwriting or drawings directly to your handheld, laptop, or desktop PC.

It's easy to use, works on ordinary paper up to legal size, and easily clips onto 50-page tablets. Plus InkLink comes with its own carrying case that fits in a pocket or purse.

Using Seiko's exclusive binaural technology, the InkLink Data Clip continuously listens for communications from the InkLink pen while it tracks the natural movement of your hand. As you write anywhere on the paper pad with the InkLink pen, the InkLink Data Clip reads precisely the location of the pen tip and communicates its exact position to your handheld, laptop, or desktop PC.

Sounds complicated? Believe it or not, InkLink is about as difficult to use as a paper clip. With InkLink, all you have to do is think it, ink it, and link it. ... Read more

Features

  • Compatible with handhelds, laptops, or desktop PC's with USB
  • Instantly capture your handwriting or drawings directly to your handheld, laptop, or desktop PC
  • Works on ordinary paper up to legal size, easily clips onto 50-page tablets
  • InkLink pen tracks natural movement of your hand; Data Clip communicates positions to your handheld or computer
  • Comes with carrying case, 1.5 volt button batteries (3), blue ink cartridge, AAA battery (1), IrDA transceiver, InkLink USB Cable, InkNote Manager software on CD-ROM for PC, Pocket PC and Palm OS, Quick Start Guide

Reviews (14)

3-0 out of 5 stars Buy the SmartPad II instead
I have both InkLink and SmartPad II.I thought I'd get more use out of the InkLink since it has both PDA and PC interface; however, as stated in many of the reviews, it's a hassle to setup and has many weak s/w issues.Additionally, I take great issue with the extremely short pen battery life.

SmartPad II is not easy to use with a laptop; however, it works like a charm with my Pocket PC.Plus there is no setup hassle and the battery life is wonderful...I've not has to buy a replacement battery yet.It's an odd "AAAA" (that's right, 4 "A") battery.The organizer case forced me to lighten up as it does not contain the usual ring binders; however, there a lot of surface on the left inside face to Velcro till your hearts content.Finally, this device does not optically sense the location of the pen; so, there are no issues with flipping sheets.I've modified a standard steno pad (by trimming the backboard with a scissor) to fit the sleep) and find I can flip back and forth and edit as long as I do the same on the PDA.

I realize that you could fax or scan hand scribbled notes and have a graphical capture anywhere.I find that I can draw and beam diagrams to those that have PDAs and email them to those that do not without another digitizing session.So, chose the SmartPad as your InkLink will sit and collect dust...mine does.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed in Seiko, disappointed I bought it.
I tried the Logitech Digital IO pen and didn't like the size and fact I had to buy expensive proprietary paper -- so I bought the Seiko.

Problem with so many hardware manufactures is that they just don't know how to write (or care) about the support software.

1. When using the pen with a PC, if something takes to 'focus' from the Seiko software, like a popups message or alert, the pen will stop recording penstrokes. This can be a disaster if you are not constantly watching your PC screen.

2. When using the pen with a PDA if you loose the ir link or the PDA popups message or alert, the pen will stop recording penstrokes. Again, this can be a disaster to your notes. The only way to get what you've written into the file is to painstakingly write over the parts you have already written.

3. Better have a lot of little hearing aid batteries handy for that pen -- it chomps through them.

I bought the pen at full price when it first came out. I complained to Seiko about the lame software and they said a number of people had the same complaint but there was a development kit available and that they would constantly be improving the software. It's been two years now and Seiko has not released a single update.

I recommend not buying this pen. While the hardware is nice, the software is basically useless, unless you are willing to put up with a lot of headaches!

5-0 out of 5 stars Magical hardware, so-so software
The InkLink system consists of a clip that fits on the top of an ordinary writing pad, and a special pen.The clip connects either to the USB port of a desktop computer, or to a little gadget (supplied) that allows an IR connection to a palm or pocket PC.

The device is very good at what it does---digitising drawings and handwriting at extremely high resolution.I tried writing as small as I could on the pad, and it's still very good on-screen.The resolution's basically greater by the width of the ball-point pen.

The hardware is amazing, and works like this:the clip sends an infrared pulse to the pen, which then emits an ultrasonic pulse back.Two detectors on each end of the clip pick up the ultrasonic pulse, and knowing the speed of sound, calculate the exact position of the pen.It works perfectly, even right at the far edge of a letter-sized pad.

My main qualm is with the software.It's clunky and has no default vector export format.It took me a long time to work out how to export the drawings in a vector format (the supplied software allows export as .bmp, .jpg, and .png, all bitmat formats).To export in a vector format you have to print the page to a pdf file (using pdfwriter as a virtual printer), then import the pdf into a drawing program such as Adobe Illustrator.It would be really nice to be able to use this device directly in a drawing program, as an adjunct to the mouse.

Overall, I would recommend the Inklink.It's very good at what it does, and once the vector export is worked out, it works well as a vector input device.It's also amazing to write on an ordinary pad, and see the same marks come up on the screen.If only Seiko would put a bit of effort to the software, this could become a must-have device.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful device -- but where is Linux support?
It is a wonderful device -- but why doesn't it support Linux? This makes it useless for many people, notably all those with the Sharp Zaurus handhelds. It's a shame, as the InkLink would be an ideal companion to the Zaurus C-760.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nonplussed.
This product does everything advertised.I just wish it came with functional recognition software.It's not enough to be able to e-mail jpgs of my notes to someone else; I need my notes reliably converted into text.

As another reviewer so eloquently put it, this is nothing that can't be accomplished with a crayon and a scanner. The "Ooh and Ahh" factor of watching one's handwriting pop up on the screen isn't worth $.

If you want a way to get pictures of your handwriting from point A to point B, stick with your fax machine for now. ... Read more


2. Mimio Carrying Case
by VIRTUAL INK

our price: $55.99
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Asin: B000067TH7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VIRTUAL INK
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Product Description

This item is brand new and comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories.
It also comes with a USA warranty.

Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theVirtual Ink 610-0009 - 610-0009 - MIMIO CARRYING CASE and all other Virtual Ink Input Devices

... Read more

3. MIMIO CLASSROOM - TEACHERS CAN
by VIRTUAL INK

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Asin: B00006HUXZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VIRTUAL INK
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4. Boone(R) e-Beam Traveler Carrying Case, Black
by Boone International

Asin: B00006IABW
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Boone International
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5. Boone(R) e-Beam(TM) Electronic Imaging System
by Boone International

Asin: B00006IAB8
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Boone International
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6. Boone(R) e-Beam(TM) Printer Interface
by Boone International

Asin: B00006IABV
Catlog: Office Product
Manufacturer: Boone International
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7. Brother CP2000 CopyPoint Whiteboard
by Brother
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00004TS4B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 93106
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Product Description

Finally, an electronic whiteboard with a built-in printer that is a perfect fit for every office and meeting room. You have a ton of information to communicate at your next meeting...But it's wishful thinking to believe that everyone will walk away with a comprehensive set of notes. With the advanced technology of CopyPoint 2000 White Board, it's easy to share your ideas. Instead of everyone in the audience concentrating on writing, they can be listening, learning and understanding. Yet, everyone walks away with the same notes. ... Read more

Features

  • Scans area of 34.6 by 23.4 inches
  • Scans and prints whatever you write
  • PC link option lets you capture information to save to your PC
  • Built-in thermal printer with paper roll
  • Easel stand or wall mount

8. Mimio Digital Meeting Assistant WhiteBoard Scanner
by Mimio
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B00004TVDD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Mimio
Sales Rank: 82602
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're brainstorming with your team, presenting complex ideas, or instructing a class through distance learning, the Mimio Digital Meeting Assistant whiteboard scanner is a valuable timesaving tool that adds clarity to all your presentations while saving your work as you go. Electronic whiteboards free meeting participants of the distracting and time-consuming task of note taking by combining a touch-sensitive writing surface with a scanner and a thermal printer. With the Mimio Digital Meeting Assistant, anything written or drawn on the board surface can be scanned and printed, allowing the participants to remain focused on and engage in the topic at hand.

Mount the Mimio Digital Meeting Assistant capture bar on any whiteboard up to 4 by 8 feet to record the notes and thinking processes of lessons and meetings on to your computer. Used with your PC, the easy-to-use software displays the basic commands on the screen. All your work is recorded sequentially, so you can save information, then wipe the board clean to proceed to your next thoughts. Easily fastened with either lever-action suction cups or permanent mounting brackets, the bar attaches vertically to a wide board or horizontally on a portrait-size whiteboard. The capture bar has five command buttons, making quick work of tasks like starting a new board, tagging a board for later reference, printing, maximizing a board, or activating the Mimio control panel. Once the information is preserved on the computer, the images can be printed, faxed, or e-mailed.

Used with standard Windows applications, the Mimio Digital Meeting Assistant works in real time in color with one-touch printing, e-mail, fax, or HTML capability, all controlled from the front of the room. When used with an LCD projector, your whiteboard becomes a Windows desktop. Plus, you can use a Mimio stylus as a mouse to click, double-click, and drag and drop in any Windows application. --Barbara Price ... Read more

Features

  • Mount the capture bar on any whiteboard from 2 by 3 feet to 4 by 8 feet
  • 24 inches long
  • 5 command buttons

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good But You have to write big.
The Mimio whiteboard scanner was very easy to setup and get running. I was really surprised with how easy it was to use. When you get the product be sure to go check out the Mimio web site for software updates. The only problem I have is that you have to write kind-of big to make it legiable on the computer screen and some times if you not writing hard enough it doesn't pick up.But overall this is a very good product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Mimio Digital Whiteboard is Great!
We attached a Mimio Digital Whiteboard to Sorenson's EnVision desktopvideo conferencing product. The whiteboard played flawlessly withSorenson's electronic whiteboard application which is based uponNetMeeting. With a PC, Sorenson EnVision and Mimio, you have a powerfulremote teaching and collaboration platform!

This is a great product forthe price! ... Read more


9. Mimio Flipchart Carrying Case
by VIRTUAL INK

Asin: B000067THA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VIRTUAL INK
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Product Description

Maximize your mimio with the extensive range of add-ons, software plug-ins, and accessories from Virtual Ink Corporation. In the office, the classroom or the boardroom, they can help you save time and improve productivity. ... Read more


10. MIMIO XI ERASER (SILVER)
by VIRTUAL INK

Asin: B00008NV06
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VIRTUAL INK
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Product Description

Virtual Ink understands that business is driven by the creative, productive use of technology. Virtual Ink also believes that the most expensive piece of technology is any tool that is not used to its fullest potential. Virtual Ink's goal is to increase your productivity and creativity through innovative collaboration technology, improving and streamlining the way you already work. ... Read more


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