Now this is an interesting concept – the D.Scribe digital fountain pen actually allows you to write a message on paper, circle the person’s name and voila – an email would have been sent, and all without the need for a keypad while communicating “in a more personal way from anywhere” – just make sure you have a Bluetooth-enabled handsets and a surface to write on in the vicinity. I don’t know, isn’t it more time consuming to manually write something out when you can type it in a personal manner as well? I guess should the D.Scribe actually be manufactured, it will probably be more of a novelty than a must-have item. What do you think?
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