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Livescribe 2GB Echo Smartpen

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  • Records everything you write and hear (over 200 hours audio)
  • Saves and search your notes and recordings on your computer
  • Easily send notes and audio to Evernote, Facebook, Desktop or mobile device
  • Desktop software for Mac or Windows (download)
  • Customise by adding productivity, educational and entertianement apps
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLivescribe
Item Weight363 g
Product Dimensions21.6 x 6.4 x 13 cm
Batteries:Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Item model numberAPA-00009
SeriesECHO 2GB Smartpen
ColorBlack
Power SourceDC
Lithium Battery Energy Content6 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
Lithium Battery Voltage5 volts
Lithium Battery Weight3 Grams
Number Of Lithium Ion Cells1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0050AFFWI
Best Sellers Rank 12,287 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight499 g
Date First Available23 May 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Work smarter, not harder, 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 organised.

Livescribe Echo smartpen.
What is a Pencast?
A pencast is a digital version of your notes
and audio. Pencasts allow you to hear and see your notes exactly as they were captured.

Livescribe Connect: share notes and audio from your paper to destinations like Email, Google Docs, Facebook, Evernote, or your mobile device.
It's never been easier to share notes and audio.

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 Organise

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 and Notes

When digitizing your notes and audio you'll need storage space; with 2GB of memory, your smartpen has it. A 2GB smartpen can hold over 200 hours of audio* or 32,000 pages of notes.

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

Livescribe Dot Paper

Livescribe dot paper uses regular paper printed with a unique pattern of tiny microdots. This tiny pattern works a lot like a GPS system for your smartpen. It allows a smartpen to capture everything it writes or draws on dot paper.

Livescribe smartpens only work with Livescribe Dot Paper, so we've created a variety of dot paper sizes and types: College-ruled Notebooks, Lined Journals, Blank Journals, Mini Journals, A5-sized Notebooks, Grid Notebooks, Flip Notepads, and Sticky Notes. You can even print your own dot paper for free from within Livescribe Desktop on many printers.

What You Get in the Box

  • Echo smartpen with 2GB of memory and included applications
  • Livescribe Connect Basic: Facebook, Evernote, MyLivescribe, your mobile device, and your computer
    – an upgrade pack for Email and Google Docs is available separately
  • Livescribe Desktop software for Mac or Windows (download)
  • 500 MB of personal online storage
  • Starter dot paper
  • Micro USB Cable
  • Interactive Getting Started Guide
  • Smartpen Tips and Tricks
  • 1 Smartpen cap

What You Need: System Requirements

  • Windows XP 32-bit SP2 or higher, or Windows Vista 32 or 64-bit, or Windows 7
  • Intel Mac with Mac OS X 10.5.5 or higher
  • 600MHz CPU or higher
  • 300 MB minimum free disk space
  • Available USB 2.0 port
  • Livescribe Desktop 2.7 for WIndows or Mac OS
  • Smartpen firmware version 2.7 or later
  • Internet connection
Echo smartpen logo 2GB Echo StarterPack Box
4GB Echo Box
8GB Echo box
Total hours of recording time* 200 400 800
Livescribe Connect Basic
(Evernote, Facebook, MyLivescribe, your mobile device, and your computer)
Livescribe Connect Premium
(includes all Connect Basic connectors plus Email and Google Docs)
 


Livescribe Desktop
software for Mac® or Windows®

500 MB of personal online storage
Livescribe Starter Paper    
Livescribe Starter Notebook  
Micro USB Cable
Rubberized Grip  
Ink Cartridges 1 2 2
Smartpen Caps 1 2 2


*Actual recording time varies by audio quality setting.
¹ Livescribe paper required – don't record without permission
² These connectors are available only with Livescribe Connect Premium
³ Mobile device access requires Pencast Player App or Flash—enabled web browser

Box Contains

Echo smartpen with 2GB of memory and included applications
Livescribe Connect Basic (Facebook, Evernote or mobile device)
Livescribe Desktop software for Mac or Windows (download)
500 MB of personal online storage
starter dot paper - 10 blank sheets (double sided), 10 lined paper sheets (double sided), 10 grid paper sheets (double sided)
Micro USB cable
Interactive Getting Started Guide
Smartpen tips and tricks
1 smartpen cap


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Martin on 8 Dec. 2011
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Have been using for nearly 2 months and I am stunned. I ordered this with high expectations and as is normal with these kinds of gadgets I then expected that the initial excitement would be subsided by a fatal flaw in the product and then end up chucking it into the bottom of the draw.

However, I was amazed when I first started using it and 8 weeks on I am still amazed and I use it every working day.
Firstly, let me explain my situation. I work from home, I spend my life in a home office on conference calls and am in a fairly new technical lead role, where I have to digest much new and complex information. I previously had a little Dictaphone which was very inefficient, to replay important parts of calls. This pen does so much more.

The Echo Pen allows me to record every single call and as I write every word is saved. If I want to replay part of the conversation I just place my pen on the words I wrote and the pen replays that exact part of the conversation. Even better when I plug the pen into the computer all the notes/audio are transferred and you can then search through your handwriting for key words. This is exactly what I have been looking for. It now means I can decipher all the technical gobbledegook quickly and in my own time and ensure I have captured everything correctly.

I have since bought the 4 Live-scribe journal (80 sheets) and additional ink re-fill, which so far i haven't had to replace and still using the original. Yesterday I was getting worried I was getting close to the 2GB limit of audio on the pen, and then found you can easily remove older audio from the pen to free up space, but it retains it on the computer.

Only issues I have is that you may be disappointed which what arrives in the box.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Aetius on 26 May 2011
I bought this pen & some digital note pads (following a recommendation from a business contact) for my very dyslexic daughter, as I thought it might help her at University.
Well - it turned out to be a huge/outstanding success and exceeded all my expectations and hers as well. It was really easy to set up and link in with her Apple Laptop and she's also bought & downloaded other linked voice transcription software to support it.
Her University (Sussex) were very supportive (once they understood what it was all about) and she now has permission from all her lecturers to use the pen in their lectures and tutorials - greatly assisting her, as one of the big problems she faced was comprehensive & coherent note taking.
The script-to-text conversion software and the voice-to-text software were also of great assistance, dramatically cutting down the extended time taken by her to transcribe her notes.
All in all a brilliant concept - and the digital notepads were easily orderable (via Amazon) at a not unreasonable price.
Known now as "that singing pen" by all her Uni friends ... as it has a music writing & playback facility as well ... I'm about to order one for myself, as I've struggled with business note taking for 30+ years myself. Thoroughly recommended & a total bargin.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JLstudent12 on 28 Sept. 2012
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Although i got a few funny looks in my first week of lectures, this pen has actually won a lot of people over. In my lectures, there are people taking notes on Ipads, notepads, laptops, netbooks and me with this. Nobody has the same interactive playback as i do, and all are little jealous!

In an Equine Anatomy and Physiology lecture, when my tutor talks at about 300mph, i just draw a basic diagram of what i know we'll be doing, then as he goes through areas, i set to record, wait to see where he'll point to next, say the skull, and tap a dot on the paper. Following this, i just put particular words that will bring back the memories. Later, when i am at home, I connect to the livescribe desktop and tap on the dot i put earlier in the day, and the audio comes straight from my laptop - "the maxilla is the upper part of an equine skull encompassing the nasal cavity and various air spaces for nerve endings" ect...

It's invaluable to me. I then store all of my note page on my laptop, on microsoft onenote in seperate areas (just like you would in a ringbinder file, then save it all to The Cloud. Et viola, notes i can access anywhere, and interactive lecture playback at home.

So far, i see no flaws. I mute it in lectures so there isn't any awkward noises from it, and record away. It still manages perfectly clear audio play back even at the far end of a lecture theatre.

I have a 2gb pen and the battery is incredible. I haven't charged it properly since i got it. The odd ten minutes seems to keep it up. The memory sounds small but fits a massive amount in, especially if you occasionally delete unwanted files from the device.

I don't use any of the apps that are available, just because i dont need them at all. Cheaper notepads would be lovely but they last a while so it's not an issue. Ink also is generous, no issues here.

All in all, very happy with my purchase and many of my uni friends are planning on getting one too!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Peter R VINE VOICE on 15 Sept. 2011
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First off, the answer is no - you can't play Angry Birds on the Livescribe. If you are still reading then you will this to be an interesting piece of technology - and it's not just a gimmick.

The instructions were fairly simple to follow with regards to set-up of the pen. The genius is that the instruction booklet requires you to use the pen - you tap on an icon and the pen tells you what to do next. Definitely a few 'wow' moments as you find out all that the livescribe does!

Some of it is a little gimmicky - like the fact that you can draw 9 joined up lines on a piece of the special paper and then when you tap in each line it plays a different note like a piano. Can't imagine when you might use that - but it will impress some friends maybe!

However, the main use of the Livescribe will be during lectures, team meetings or one-to-one meetings like for interviews, coaching sessions, counselling sessions and so on. Here it beats both dictaphone and ipad. And here's why:

With the Livescribe, you write your notes down on the piece of paper, while you record what the person is saying. So let's take a journalist as an example.

You sit down with your pad of LIvescribe paper, you press record (which is on the paper) and you make notes as the person speaks. This way you have both a written copy of your notes as well as the voice. But what makes Livescribe genius is that you can then go back home, and if you tap say at the top of the third paragraph of your notes, the voice recording jumps to exactly that section! That way, you don't have keep pressing forwards and backwards on a dictaphone to try and find the exact quote or section. And you aren't scrolling up down on your ipad trying to remember where you wrote what...
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