If you like devices that will save paper, Sharp has announced the WG-N20, which sports a 6” display with a resolution of 600×800, measures 11.1cm by 15.5cm, is about 1cm thick and weighs 210 grams. It will store 2,000 handwritten notes and is able to provide about 60 hours of use on a single charge.
The device comes bundled with a stylus so you can treat it as an actual notepad. The device is about $150 and it is expected to go up for sale in August. Not sure if it will hit the U.S. It may just be a Japan exclusive.
The problem is, who is going to pay $150 when paper and pen is so cheap?