|While Motorola just announcing the TXTR, Mobilepen has already come out with a device that easily surpasses all that the TXTR was supposed to do. Mobilepen provides a touchpad that remotely connects to any cell phone (running on Symbian Series 60 or Windows Mobile) and transfers the data to the handset. The mobilepen device offers the user different options such as giving him an online keyboard from which to enter the data (in English or Chinese) and of course it can also recognise handwriting input in either of these languages.|
Additionally with the help of another software, the device can also be used along with a PC to input data (or drawings) so that in this case it acts like a tablet.
The device operates on Bluetooth version 1.1 and weighs 56 grams. The dimensions are 98 x 60 x 10 mm whereas the power requirement is 4 AA batteries. Additionally the package includes a user manual, installation disc and guarantee card. The Mobilepen package is available in China for a deal of 3490 Yuan (about 430 USD).