Originally Posted by Rigel
And if you really want to do digital drawings while staying on paper, Wacom has a new electronic pen that lets you draw on any piece of paper you want to and the pen records the work to save to your hard drive. Those are probably quite expensive though.
Bought, tried, sold it on.
While it's fairly accurate and precise(and of course, actual paper!) it still doesn't match up to a scanner. Bit too expensive for the functionality offered, it's a really very niche product.