Airpen Mini offers affordable tablet style input on the go

If you don't have the premium gadget cash to shell out for one of those pricey tablet PCs,
the Airpen Mini might be the product for you. The tiny clip-on device uses an infrared beam to detect and convert your random scribblings, doodles and cocktail napkin plans to take over the world into digital data on your desktop computer. The Airpen Mini connects via USB and holds up to 2 megabytes of memory, or roughly 100 pages. You can pick up the Airpen Mini for just 15,000 yen ($166) here.