NaviSis Changes the Way We Will Work
I believe that I reported the other day how Windows 7 intends to have a touchscreen interface. If Windows 7 becomes a standard operating system for most PCs, then most PCs are going to have to receive some sort of touchscreeen upgrade.
I have recently come in contact with a Korean company known as NaviSis, and they are also trying to change the way people interact with their computers, but in a different form.
The TabletMouse is a wired or wireless station that allows the use to a digital pen like mouse. All the user has to do is set up the TabletMouse station near their computer and the user can scrawl on the desk in front of it like a mouse.
The pen comes with L and R functions, and is compatible with Microsoft Windows Software. It is also compatible with Microsoft Office applications, and is perfect for freehand writing, drawing, signing, and annotating.
The Navinote is a lot like the TabletMouse, because it has a station that links with a digital pen. Only this station is designed to clip on to paper with a magnetic clip.
Unlike the TabletMouse, you can actually put what you want on the paper, and then have it show up on the computer. No special paper is required, as any flat surface will do.
Not only can you use this for writing, drawing, or signing, but it also works as a mouse with L and R fuctions.
The Laptop Pen is an interesting gadget that allows a user to use his or her laptop screen like a drawing board. All one needs to do is attach the special clip via USB, and you can start writing, drawing, or scribbling on whatever you want.
The Natural Ink writing is designed to work in Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista, MSN Messenger, as well as Microsoft Outlook.
The EZ-Canvas takes the Laptop Pen and takes it to the next level. The EZ-Canvas is not designed for laptops, and requires a complicated frame that can affix to LCD monitor, CRT monitor, or notebook screen.
It can do all the writing applications of the Laptop Pen, but it works more like an artist’s paintbrush. It practically makes the screen touchable, which will come in handy for this up-and-coming touchscreen revolution. After all, with the changes that are taking place with touchscreen interfaces on our mobile phones, it won’t be long before desktops and laptops with have touchable features.
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