Hi, sometimes i need to take notes when i am in meetings (fortunately not too often), sometimes i draw programming ideas, interfaces on paper, which i would like to have archived on PC (and send them if needed). Now, i would like to solve this in a better way than "scan the paper with the scanner" solution. I was researching the alternatives and come up with : Livescribe Echo - needs special paper, Windows software is good. Possibility of transcribing text using Myscript for Livescribe ($30). Price range 140-230 euro depending on the model and features (the 230 euro version has bundled accessories, including the Myscript thing mentoined before). Pulse (the old version) is 80 euros. Wacom Inkling - works with generic paper, but have a really horrible software for Windows. Price range is around 140-200 euros, but no one sells it in my country. Asus Eee Note EA800 - first "tablet" option, priced around 190e. Unfortunately the firmware has some bugs, on positive side it can be used as a standard Wacom digitizer tablet when connected to PC which is a plus. Lenovo Thinkpad tablet - it has stylus and it is an Android tablet. Unfortunately the input lags a bit after the pen (look at videos on youtube) and seen people having issues with the pen input not working. It is also pretty expensive at ~500 euros. Thanks for any ideas.