Adesso CyberPad 1024líneas por pulgada USB tableta digitalizadora - Tableta gráfica (Alámbrico, USB, 160 pps, AAA, WINDOWS VISTA/XP/2000)
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Descripción del producto
Bolígrafo incluido: Si
Interfaz del dispositivo: USB
Placa incluida: Si
Ratón incluido: No
Sistemas operativos compatibles: WINDOWS VISTA/XP/2000
Tasa de reporte (pluma): 160 pps
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de batería: AAA
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I am a SharePoint consultant/trainer so I have to be able to capture requirements, and take and share notes or my project is not likely to succeed.
Additionally I teach folks how to use SharePoint and often get questions that require a little research to properly answer or even gain a new way of thinking about a problem so I purchased the Cyberpad to take notes to remind me to follow up with a student, or to make changes to my lesson plan or whatever.
chaostheorem http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A25DM4I7U139XB/ref=cm_cr_dp_pdp wrote a very detailed review including what comes with, etc so I won't rehash.
EDITS: I used the Cyberpad for a little over two weeks on a daily basis on average approximately 10 hrs per day.
I tried it again because I hate paying Livescribe's inflated prices for ink and paper - I have to say my opinion has not changed. Not automatically creating a new page is just too big of a hurdle to jump. When I am furiously scribling notes, I just don't have the brain power to spend remembering to create a new page when I flip the paper page!
I am sticking with my LiveScribe, although I have to use special paper (Buy from Microsoft Store or something don't pay $8.95 shipping for 3 note pads!!!), it is more portable and I don't have to worry about accidentally overwriting my work!
My requirements for digital note taking:
1. Portable, no wires
2. Transfer to computer/device
3. Upload to 3rd party tools
1. Nice case - provides excellent protection, has places to hold pens, business cards, etc
2. Included OCR software actually worked really well on a hastily scribbled note, but I didn't go through the training process to improve.
3. Install smooth
4. Pen/mouse function works but takes some getting used to
5. Captures notes well**
6. Rechargeable batteries included!
7. USB cable included - good length!
1. Heavy while in case
2. ** YOU HAVE TO REMEMBER TO CREATE NEW PAGE when you start on a new page on your paper tablet or Cyberpad will overwrite what you have!
3. You'll want to turn the pad sideways while in Pen/Mouse mode
4. See #2!!
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I like it. I use it in place of a paper tablet. Great for note taking. I carry it everywhere. If the price was below $100 I would consider it a super deal.
1) Hook up and installation easy and it worked.
2) USB hookup to tablet - Make sure you have the "hard to see" network symbol (pitchfork symbol) on top. The cable goes in with a little effort.
3) To get notes into evernote - you drag and drop from the tablet memory to the evernote "tape". No problem with this.
4) I use it like a pad of paper to record my daily work and notes for teaching.
5) Lightweight and portable.
6) I am using staple's ink replacements in the pen. $1 a piece. Probably cheaper online.
7) You can use it as a tablet with a paper overlay. Like writing on a transparency. You have an electronic copy and a paper copy with this method. I teach so it is hooked up to a computer and projector for this app.
8) They did not include a lot of extras. No bulit in charger. Only two ink refills. Batteries are a bit of a problem to get out.
9) Comes with battery charger. Always keep a set charged set handy.
Sorry, haven't used it as a Tablet, nor used any of the bundled software, so can't speak to those features. Have had zero problems, though the USB connection is not recognized properly on USB ports on my computer's docking station--it sees something but doesn't know what it is. But when I connect to the computer's USB slot, the Cyberpad always gets recognized.
I appreciate the thought they put into making this simple but complete. Nice buttons that are pretty obvious in their functions, battery life indicators for the pad and the pen, generous inclusion of the right batteries (NiMH for the pad which uses batteries quickly, alkaline for the pen which uses batteries slowly) and a good charger (indicator light for when it's done charging, and smart enough to then trickle charge), an indicator on the LCD of whether the current file/page is blank or not (I've screwed up several times by not paying attention and wrote on top of previous notes), a pen icon indicator on the LCD of when the pen is sending to the pad. Nice zippered portfolio, too, though it doesn't fit spare batteries and charger (or at least it appears that you'd scrunch too much and possibly damage the pad if you stuffed them in).
I haven't had a need for the SD slot, as the built-in memory is quite enough, but it's nice to have the possibility to use an SD card for transferring notes if something were to go wrong with the USB connection (or maybe Windows Vista won't work with the Adesso driver?).
You'll have to download the manual from adesso's site, because the one on the CD won't let you write to disk--a pain to load a CD just to look up a function. The pen is also a bit fat for me.
In the Evernote forum, a couple of people have damaged their pens because they thought they'd have to push hard to get signal through all that paper (I have maybe 40 sheets of paper on average). Not necessary, there's a simple contact that the refill makes when you write. So I've been careful to be gentle.
I like it, no problems, regular paper, regular writing (though my line and word spacing is more than usual to help Evernote's handwriting recognition). And thanks to the reviewer below, GradStudent, for telling us how to make this work with OneNote, which makes it more versatile.