Might be useful in your medical office:
UC-Logic Technology Corp., a leading designer and manufacturer of digitizers and pen input devices, will unveil its latest portable note taking device, dubbed the LaPazz D-Note digital note recorder, at Computex 2005 in Taipei.
The D-Note DNA500 consists of a lightweight, ultra-portable digital notepad that allows users to instantly capture notes or diagrams written in ink on normal paper and store them as digital pages in a built-in flash memory . Users can then transfer their digitized notes to a PC for viewing, editing, or sharing by e-mail…
The D-Note is a standalone device that can be deployed in any situation where both a paper hardcopy and a digitized soft copy are required, like while making meeting minutes and lecture notes, but also in the electronic capture of signatures, the processing of police and medical records, or to conduct polls and the completion of forms.