Fri, 10 Jan 2003 17:17:07 GMT

“Franklin Covey has announced it will start selling Bluetooth-equipped pens.

'Franklin Covey Co. plans to sell pens and paper-based planners using Anoto Group AB's technology that let customers transfer handwritten text to mobile phones, hand-held organizers or computers. The pens, made by Logitech International SA, will be sold starting next week for about $199, said Jeff Anderson, Franklin Covey vice president of technology products on Thursday. Planners and related software will cost about $45 at stores run by the company, which is named for efficiency proponent Benjamin Franklin and Stephen Covey, author of the bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.' ” [The Bluetooth Weblog]

Of course, I don't actually write long-hand anymore.

Addendum: On another front, 3M is making Post-It Notes for Digital Pens, and you can upgrade to their Office Edition software for free if you buy a LogiTech io Personal Digital Pen before April 30th.

[The Shifted Librarian]

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