If you’re an inveterate scribbler who can’t read your own notes, help is on the way.
Enter the Livescribe Pulse smart pen, the Mensa of writing implements.
The Montblanc-size pen not only “remembers” what you write, it will also transcribe your scrawl to a PC or Mac and even make a PDF file that you can directly upload. It also synchs the audio to your hand-written notes.
This gadget that Maxwell Smart would have proud to own, is at Best Buy , in a 2-GB version for $149.99 and a 4-GB for $169.99. It is one of seven new inventions that won the Edison Awards, announced Thursday.
The great grandniece of Thomas Edison, Sarah Miller Caldicott, chairs the awards that are judged by criteria established by the Edison Papers at Rutgers.
Other winning inventions are: