LogiPen Notes Digital Wireless Pen
Another digital pen that uses the positional receiver clipped to any piece of paper or flat surface, the NOTES from LogiPen performs admirably for its low price of around $50 at most online retailers. It does wonders for your daily organization, allowing you to create digital text documents from your own handwriting, sketching, and hand-drawn artwork, and then uploading them to all Microsoft software programs. From there you can edit, share and store your work digitally with an easy to use interface.
There are some drawbacks though, the receiver sensor can't be knocked around or hindered in any way, otherwise your work will come out looking distorted and the receiver can only store up to 50 pages. LogiPen's unit will also let you use it as a mouse instead of a pen, but switching between the two devices is a bit of a pain in the neck. On the plus side, you do get up to 15 hours of battery life. While you will be making a few compromises here (lack of full app compatibility beyond Microsoft programs for example), at this price, if all you need is a device to get the basics done correctly, then give this one a look.