This isn't totally off-topic. I can see were this would come in handy in the shop for saving project notes or tracking time. I ask here since there's a lot of computer savvy folks that like gadgets.
"IRIS Notes". Does anyone have one of these? It's a pen and receiver that can store your handwriting then transfer it to text in other software. It uses standard ink refills but captures handwriting. I'm guessing that it uses some sort of micro accelerometer or something. Or maybe the movement of the cartridge. Anyone know? They say it can even capture handwriting on the fly or can be used as a mouse at your desk.
Here's the link to the IRIS description. (No connection, just curious.)
If you have one, does it work and do you like it? Will it record strikethroughs?