"The sleekly shaped Nokia Digital Pen remembers up to 100 A5 sheets' worth of text. Even the most prolific writers don't need to worry too much about running out of memory, because the pen connects smoothly to your compatible PC, where you can store your notes for further contemplation and distribution." More Details on Nokia Product Page.
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The Nokia SU-1B connects wirelessly to your Bluetooth phone allowing you to send MMS messages as "handwritten notes." The pen's internal memory can store up to 100 sheets of A5 size paper, has a 2 hour writing time before needing recharge, and uses changeable ink cartridges on non-digital paper. (Using non-digital paper is an important feature, other pens like Logitech's require you to use expensive digital paper.) 3 LED indicators and vibration alert indicates pen and send status.
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I'm a big fan of "blue synergy" as I like to call it, all my Bluetooth devices play well together to give me functionality beyond what the individual device provides. I use my PocketPC to check my email via Bluetooth connection on my N-Gage. I use my Jabra BT200 Bluetooth headset (again with my N-Gage) for all my calls, using voice dial. If you are a gadget lunatic like me, adding this pen to your PAN is the way to go.