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In this paper, pen computing, i.e. the use of computers and applications in which the pen is the main input device, will be described from four different viewpoints. Firstly a brief overview of the hardware developments in pen systems is given, leading to the conclusion that the technological developments in this area have not led to the expected user acceptance of pen computing. The reasons underlying this market failure are explored. Problems of pen-user interface design are then describeddoi:10.1049/ecej:19980302 fatcat:r3ynpkk7wvhffmuauiv4xbo3la