Saturday, February 28, 2009


Genius is a good company that makes some interesting products. Here is one that can be used in lots of different places in the dental or medical environment. The tablet and pen replaces the mouse. This allows you to draw on the screen to annotate photos or images. You can also use the pen in the administrative area to digitally sign documents such as health history, treatment plans, etc.

One of the drawbacks of this technology has always been cost, but Genuis has made this an affordable option. Read on for details:

MIAMI (February 24, 2009)– Genius (, a brand division of KYE Systems Corp., today announced a new addition to the company’s extensive line up of digital tablets, the G-Pen F-509, for business professionals, graphic designers and artists on-the-go. Plug and play ready, the G-Pen comes with both Window’s Vista and Mac software.

The G-Pen F-509 has 26 programmable “Hot-Keys” for Office, Internet and Vista functions to be used for super shortcuts. The cordless pen features 1024 level pressure sensitivity and two buttons for controlling shapes and thickness. The G-Pen F-509 has a 5.25” x 8.75” working area and is easily transportable for use in a car, coffee shop or any type of mobile office. The tablet can be used to write, draw, sketch and/or sign documents, saving time and creating a great solution to paper waste. It is perfect for those creative types who like drawing, bloggers, artists, and anyone craving a digital pen as opposed to a keyboard, which only allows typing.

The G-Pen F-509 is attractively priced at $109 (MSRP) and is bundled with PhotoImpact 12SE, Macro Key Manager and Office Ink/Free Notes. Interested shoppers can go to New,, Tiger Direct, or other retailers and distributors listed at

More information on all of Genius’ tablet line,

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