Thursday, December 10, 2009

LogiPen: A new Licensed partner

LogiPen is a manufacturer of new and innovative products. LogiPens' pioneering products enable you to interact and work with your computer in new and exciting ways. At LogiPen, the philosophy is that the ultimate user's experience is based on your personal natural handwriting, which gives you the freedom to create content without defined limitations. LogiPen’s signature product, LogiPen NOTES is based on Pegasus advanced technology

Monday, June 22, 2009

Copying Notes from the NoteTaker into Microsoft OneNote

You can Copy your Notes from the NoteTaker into Microsoft OneNote
The notes will be copied as ink. this way you can use OneNote features for ink manipulation as well as convert them into text. how to do so?
This is simple, using Windows Vista and OneNote 2007:
  • Select a Note in the NoteTaker manager
  • Copy the note (Right click it or use the Edit->Copy menu)
  • Open OneNote 2007
  • Paste the note (CTRL + V, or use OneNote edit menu to paste)
  • Your note is now pasted as Ink into OneNote
  • In OneNote use the ‘Tools’ menu, and select ‘Convert Handwriting to text’

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

New MAC Version including Firmware Update

A new version was released for Tablet Mobile NoteTaker (M210) for Mac users.
It mainly adds an application to update your device's firmware.
Download the '' file from

Unzipping it, you can see the installation and documents about how to
use the NoteTaker and how to update your firmware
Latest firmware version is 1.72

Direct link to firmware update instructions

Here is a short video of how to update the firmware

Direct link to latest version, including the firmware update

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Developing applications for the Tablet Mobile NoteTaker (M210)

Developers may want to read this...
Pegasus Tablet Mobile NoteTaker (M210) is very flexible for software developers for any platform: Windows/Linux/MAC
1st, there is an amazing .NET SDK for developing Windows applications.
This can be found at:

Second, if you wish to develop an application for Linux for example, as long as you know how to handle USB devices, you can very easily communicate with our unit.
Things you can do:
  • Get Pen XY when you're connected
  • Use the device as Mouse/Tablet (While connected)
  • Download the notes that are stored in the unit's memory
In order to do so, you need to:

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Using Digital Pen in MAC as Tablet

Here is a document describing cool things you can do with the M210 in MAC:

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Pegasus Tablet NoteTaker Tutorial

Here is a short tutorial of how to setup and use the Tablet Mobile NoteTaker (M210)

Using Windows Vista Ink capabilities

Read this PDF file for a full description of how to use "Pegasus Tablet Mobile NoteTaker (M210)"
or Pegasus Tablet NoteTaker (P230)" with in Microsoft Windows Vista