Targus’ iNotebook transfers handwritten notes to your iPad
While there are many styli for the iPad, none can really duplicate the look and feel of taking notes on a good ‘ol sheet of paper. Targus aims to bridge the gap between traditional and digital note taking with their iNotebook device, which passed through the FCC today. The iNotebook consists of a case, special pen, sensor and physical notepad, as pictured above. The iNotebook records notes taken with the pen and can transfer these notes to an iPad via Bluetooth. Users can then read their handwritten notes on an iPad with the free iNotebook App. The iNotebook App allows users to edit notes, create virtual notebooks, or even record audio.
Targus unveiled the iNotebook at CES this year, and today the device won FCC approval. The device is expected to be released in September for $150.