Prelude: I made a thread with this idea I had one other time. This thread has a different purpose. So would you buy the idea discussed here? Even in the 21st century paper is still the primary way assignments are turned in, despite the limitations of the ancient medium. Computer devices somewhat solve this, but the files are immediately stored only in bits and bytes and are not something you can immediately turn in (until you print them). This presents you with one or two solutions: 1. Get your work done one day early and forgo the creative ability that one extra day would allow you. 2. Turn your work in late and take any late deductions your teacher can give you. Now would you buy this proposed solution to the problem? It would be ≈12x12in device that would allow paper to stick to it by static electricity or a hinge. You would write on the paper as normal with a special pen with capacitive ink (erasable). While you are writing it device is quietly digitizing your work and alerting you when you make a misspelling. When you are finished with you paper you have a digitized work ( A PDF of your writing and also a TXT file)offering easy storing and editing. Afterwards it would sync back to your computer. It could also do other things that pentop computers do (calculator translator etc). So would you buy it? If not what other features would it have to offer to get you to buy it?