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LaPazz produces color-sensitive D-Note pad

updated 03:00 pm EST, Thu December 28, 2006

LaPazz D-Note Pad

LaPazz says its D-Note DNA500 notepad is one of the more advanced digital notepad systems available. Where most notepads only support single-color images, the DNA500 has three separate pens for black, blue, and red whose colors are recognized by the bundled software. This enables drawings with highlights and other more complex elements without resorting to proprietary inks. Any standard pen refill will work, LaPazz says. 32MB of memory is onboard and the pad will run for 100 hours of continuous writing on four AAA batteries; connecting the pad to a PC through USB not only allows for copying sketches to a PC but transforms the pad into a basic tablet input device. LaPazz will be at CES in January and is already shipping its signature D-Note for $185. [Via OhGizmo]



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