I’m trying to figure out exactly what these devices are, but based on what I can gather, the Genius G-Pen 560 and G-Pen 350 digital tablets function much the same way as Wacom tablets. They’re designed for use by artists and graphic designers, though I’d imagine that they’re not standalone Tablet PCs. This is why I’m thinking that their functionality is nearly identical to all those Wacom tablets you see on the market.
Both Genius digital tablets are reasonably slim and compact, making them easy to carry around from presentation to presentation. They can be used in both PC and Mac environments, and you’ll find all sorts of utilities bundled into the package as well. The G-Pen 560 is the bigger of the two, measuring 4.5″ x 6″ and featuring a series of hot keys. The G-Pen 350 has a 3″ x 5″ working area. Naturally, they’ve got a cordless pen to complete the package as well.
The Genius G-Pen 560 and G-Pen 350 digital tablets retail for $69 and $65, respectively.