Wacom is well known for their tablets, which designers all across the globe use for creating digital sketches with their PCs. However, for those who draw and like to do creative work freehand, paper is the default medium. And the Wacom Inkling is a new device that brings the two together. A sensor clips on to the top of your page, and then, when using the Inkling pen you can sketch and write on your own paper. It can be notebook paper, a Moleskine journal, or whatever you prefer. What you draw and write is then captured as vector images which you can import as Photoshop or Illustrator files and then continue work edit on to your Mac or PC.
The Inkling was announced last year but was only available in the US with a very limited quantity. It is available again, exclusively through Amazon.