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Logitech’s io2 Pen gets Bluetooth

Logitech will be revamping their io2 digital data pen this summer to support Bluetooth connectivity. The pen will connect to smartphones, PDAs and even your Blackberry to send collected data wirelessly via Bluetooth.

The technology is perfect for workers who are constantly on the road collecting data then typing it into their mobile devices. Industries that do painful data entry on a regular basis can create special data collection forms that can be filled in using the pen. Data can be automatically transfered to a Bluetooth enabled device of your choosing and both a hard and soft copy will be finished.

No word on if the Bluetooth enabled version will cost more, but I guess we will find out when the device is available this summer. For more info on the original io2 check out our article.

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