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I've looked for this online forever but can't seem to find it.

Is there a digital pen that doesn't need special paper, uses easy to replace cartridges, and let's me see what I'm writing on a screen as I'm writing it.

I don't need anything wireless or fancy as I'm only going to be using it by a computer.

It's important that it's accurate as I write very small.

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    Took out the Adobe-Freehand tag as it sounds like the question is more about the input tool and not Freehand in particular.
    – Farray
    May 12, 2011 at 4:39
  • Why would you need cartridges in a digital pen? It sounds like you're looking for a tablet. May 12, 2011 at 5:21
  • @Nick Real-time printing! May 12, 2011 at 9:15

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It sounds like the best fit for what you are looking for is the Intuos4 Inking Pen.

It is an accessory for Wacom's Intuos4 pressure sensitive tablet.


The Intuos4 Large has a writing area about the size of a sheet of paper (which you would place on top when using ink), and with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and a resolution of 5080 lines per inch you should have no trouble writing both small and accurately.

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