Take the stress out of tests and meetings with an Echo™ smartpen from Livescribe. Record everything you hear, say and write, while linking your audio recordings to your notes. Quickly replay audio from your Livescribe paper, a computer, or a mobile device – all with a simple tap on your handwritten notes.
|firewallfa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:19:15||Bid Monkey|
|vannessa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:19:01||Hidden|
|firewallfa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:18:47||Bid Monkey|
|vannessa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:18:34||Hidden|
|firewallfa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:18:22||Bid Monkey|
|vannessa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:18:08||Hidden|
|firewallfa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:17:54||Bid Monkey|
|vannessa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:17:42||Hidden|
|firewallfa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:17:29||Bid Monkey|
|vannessa||Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 16:17:18||Hidden|
Take the stress out of tests and meetings with an Echo™ smartpen from Livescribe. Record everything you hear, say and write, while linking your audio recordings to your notes. Quickly replay audio from your Livescribe paper, a computer, or a mobile device – all with a simple tap on your handwritten notes. It's never been easier to take notes and stay organized.
Record everything you write and hear so you'll never miss a word
Replay your meetings or lectures simply by tapping on your notes
Saves notes and recordings to your computer
Search for words within your notes
Send notes and audio from your paper or Livescribe Desktop
Customize your smartpen with apps
Record and Play Back
Smartpens record everything you write and hear so you’ll never miss a word. Replay your meetings or lectures simply by tapping on your notes¹.Save, Search and Organize
Livescribe™ Desktop saves your notes and recordings to your computer for fast, easy access to what’s important. Search for words within your notes and find what you need fast.Send and Share with Livescribe Connect
Easily send notes and audio to people and destinations such as Email², Google Docs™², Facebook, Evernote®, Microsoft® OneNote, Google Sites™², MyLivescribe, your mobile device or your computer³ — all from your paper or Livescribe Desktop!2GB of Memory: Room for Recordings, Notes, and Applications
Whether you're digitizing your notes and audio, or adding additional smartpen apps you'll need storage space; with 2GB of memory, your smartpen has it. A 2GB smartpen can hold over 200 hours of audio*, 32,000 pages of notes, or hundreds of applications.Included Smartpen Applications
Your Echo smartpen comes loaded with applications ready to work right out of the box:• Livescribe Connect Basic: Easily send and share notes and audio to Evernote®, Facebook, Microsoft® OneNote, MyLivescribe, your mobile device or your computer • Quick Record: record audio without using dot paper with just a press of a button • Quick Calc: Write an addition, subtraction, multiplication or division problem on dot paper and get the answer on your smartpen screen • Launch Line: launch your favorite app by writing it's name • Password: protect your recorded paper replay sessions with a 4-digit number • System Utilities: multiple language support, time, date, storage info, and battery charge
This item comes with standard manufacturer's warranty.
This product is in stock and ready for shipment.
Current delivery time: 7 to 21 working days.
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In my line of work (Theoretical Physics) I tend to write a lot, mostly mathematical formulae, graphs and other non-standard material. This tends to create piles of papers, and getting it all organized can be a challenge. I tried using tablet PCs in the past, but the buggy software and the small, unresponsive, screen could not match the experience and effortlessness of writing on the real paper. There had been some electronic-paper solutions over the years, but they all had many flaws that made them unappealing to me. That's why I got really excited when I found out about LiveScribe. Unlike all the other solutions out there for digital note taking, with LiveScribe you actually use real paper and real (albeit technologically advanced) pen. There is no learning curve for using the system for the basic note-taking, and all the more advanced features are easy to learn after just a very short tutorial. The pen works with special software that imports all of your files (both your writing and the audio recordings) onto your computer. The files are in a special format that can be shared online through LiveScribe's community websites, and thus it is easy to share your notes with others who might be interested. The written files can also be saved in .pdf format, and can thus be shared with an even wider audience. In fact, that way they can even be incorporated in PowerPoint or similar presentations. The desktop software can be easily installed on both Mac and Windows computers. The pen fits pretty naturally in your hand, and it's very easy to use. It is much larger than a regular pen, but it actually fits rather comfortably in your hand. In fact, it is probably more ergonomically kind to your hand than a regular pen. The in-pen software is pretty cool. Your LiveScribe pen can read out what you had written, and even translate limited vocabulary into several other languages. Since I had bought the pen LiveScribe has opened their platform to the outside developers, so it is likely that we'll see many more interesting programs that take advantage of this remarkable pen. In order for LiveScribe pen to work you need to buy notebooks that have been lined up with a special pattern. The paper in these notebooks looks just like any other regular paper to the naked eye, but if you look really closely you would be able to notice a minuscule pattern on all the pages. This pattern gets recognized by an infrared camera in the pen, and this is in fact the way that the pen recognizes and records what is being written. This is an amazing technological trick, but a slight downside is that you need to keep buying only notebooks that are patterned in this special way. The notebooks tend to be quite a bit more expensive than the regular notebooks, but overall they have totally been worth the investment for me. The combination of the pen and the notebooks is definitely much, much cheaper than all the alternatives, and it is way more effective and convenient as well. The pen also needs special cartridges, and from what I have experienced thus far one cartridge does not last too long, especially as compared to the regular pens. However, I still find this to be a minor annoyance compared to all the benefits of LiveScribe system. One day we may truly have a real electronic paper with all the look and feel of the regular paper, plus all the convenience and power of using a digital format to store your creative and other information. Until then, LiveScribe pen and paper are the best products out there that help you with these goals. I have been extremely satisfied with them thus far.
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