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Does anyone know of a good digital pen product (like the Logitech IO2) that:

  1. Can cleanly integrate with Microsoft OneNote
  2. Works with regular paper (not expensive DPS paper)
  3. Works with Windows 7 - ideally Win7 x64
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wrt #2, are you aware that some DPS pens now allow you to print your own dot paper? (requires access to 600dpi colour laser postscript printer). – matt wilkie Jul 19 '10 at 18:01
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I recommend Genius G-Note 7100.

It meets requirements 2 and 3, however not sure as I have never tried on point 1.

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It doesn't integrate with OneNote out of the box, but there is a free, open-source importer utility available here: code.google.com/p/dnt-onenote-importer – LBushkin Dec 19 '09 at 1:13

Take a look at a Asus T91 tablet PC, both in 8 and 10 inches. full tablet/touch Pc running XP.

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