Finger mouse

Penman Corporation pulled a great stroke at the exhibition by showcasing its bluetooth I-Pen. This pen shaped mouse is designed for drawing and writing on a PC, although it should not be confused with direct screen input, such as on tablet PCs.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 22, 2003

Penman Corporation pulled a great stroke at the exhibition by showcasing its bluetooth I-Pen. This pen shaped mouse is designed for drawing and writing on a PC, although it should not be confused with direct screen input, such as on tablet PCs.

The iPen can be used on any surface except glass and glossy paper. It makes use of the handwriting features in Microsoft Office XP, so you need this version of Office or later to use the iPen. The pen will recognise characters in a wide variety of languages including Arabic. A1-1

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