Hi, I've been looking around at some tablet pcs for taking notes digitally in maths subjects at university, but the prices are too high and the specs too low. I am interested in using the iPod touch as a low-cost alternative input device. As demonstrated with the Sketch application, the iPod Touch is at least capable of some handwriting input (probably better with a stylus like the 'pogo stylus'), however, I am interested to know what developers opinion is on the possibility of using the iPod touch with a laptop to input handwriting into a word processor. As the screen is too small to write a significant amount of information on (especially using a finger to write), the program would have to a) wipe the screen after every x number of charachters, or b) incorporate autoscrolling. As to which end the character recognition would take place, or even if there exists a workable character recognition program for mathematical symbols, I have no idea (though I know open office supports at least some mathematical symbols). Thanks for any feedback.