Years after Logitech made them popular, digital pens are back with a vengeance. After the Fly Fusion Pen, Nokia is preparing to launch its Nokia SU-27W. This codename sounds like a Russian fighter plane but it is a Bluetooth pen that can function for 3 hours before running out of battery. The tiny 1.3MB of on-board memory should be enough to store about 100 A5 pages (of normal text), according to Nokia.
As with many of these pens, a special paper is required so that the tiny internal camera can find markers to know where the tip of the pen is. It launches on December 20th and should cost $240.