Teachers will be hard pressed to call your sketches a waste of time when they suddenly take to the air.
Gorgeous pen uses a special metal alloy called Ethergraph to write forever without needing refills.
Creating an electrical circuit is now as easy as drawing it on paper with this magical pen.
People still use pens on occasion, and learning to write correctly and legibly still matters. The Lernstift is a motorized pen that vibrates when you mess up on paper.
Sure, spies have charm, cat-like reflexes and an uncanny ability to seduce anything that walks, but without their gadgets, they'd have a tougher time getting out of sticky situations. While the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. doesn't sell the infallible Cone of Silence (my favorite spy gadget of all time), it does have a nifty pen camcorder to help you get started on your next mission, should you accept it. Embedded within this $75 ballpoint pen, the MP9, is a tiny camera that can capture more than two hours of footage on 4GB of storage (up to 80 minutes on a full charge). The pen untwists into two halves: the bottom part for writing (yes, it works as an actual pen) and the top half for recording. After you're done capturing all the details of an evil mastermind's plan for irradiating America's gold supply — or something to that nature — you plug the pen into a USB port to transfer the incriminating evidence onto your computer. Novel as this might be, how does it perform in real life? We find out.
You know that game of chicken where you spread your fingers on a table and stab a knife back and forth rapidly in the spaces between your digits? A simple slip could mean a trip to the emergency room, but now there's a stylish way to play without fear of ending the game a digit short.
Here's a life-changer: it's a pen, and it's made of candy. Candy!
Sharpie has combined the permanence of a pen with the erasability of a pencil with their new Liquid Pencil. The "ink" inside this pen is a liquid graphite that stays erasable for three days. After that, it turns to ink and stays permanent.
I'm going to go out on a limb and guess that writing with this Gundam ballpoint pen, which is shaped like a gun, is not very comfortable. But really, who cares? It's a pen shaped like a sweet Gundam Beam...
Now the geeks can get rid of that pocket protector, because this one pen takes care of multi-functions. It shines a red laser pointer and ultraviolet light out of one end, pops a stylus and ballpoint pen out the other,...