Michael L. Berman of The Huffington Post shares his thoughts on Livescribe 3, a new favorite product that made it to the top of his massive “stuff” pile. “This new smartpen is sleeker and more stylish than its predecessors. “
Financial Times’ Paul Taylor reveals some of the best third-party apps that have filled a gap in Apple’s iPad offerings. “Sensibly, Livescribe has also decided to provide third party app developers with a software development kit (SDK), so they can add natural pen and paper note-taking to their own apps.“
HELLO! magazine’s Style & Tech writer, Ronke Adeyemi, pays a few compliments to the Livescribe 3 smartpen including: “Livescribe smartpens make it easy to connect paper and pen to the digital world and fundamentally change the way people capture, access and share what they write, draw and hear.“
Thanks to our friends at Men’s Journal for giving a big ‘Approved Gear‘ blessing to the Livescribe 3, saying “The Livescribe 3 Smartpen is the perfect device for anybody still committed to taking notes by hand – in classes, meetings, interviews, wherever.”
Say goodbye to plain old pen and paper. On this week’s episode of Men’s Health Live, cohost Gregg Stebben hits the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and chats with Bryan Rodrigues, the vice president of marketing for Livescribe. The company’s digital pens record words and images that you write in a notebook, then transfer the information…
Smartphones, smartwatches and, now, smartpens. A new device is aimed at making it easier to take handwritten notes. Priced at $150, the Livescribe 3 Smartpen pairs with the Livescribe mobile app via Bluetooth to instantly sync everything that a user writes on paper to a mobile device.
Livescribe smartpens allow educators to easily capture daily written materials and verbal instructions and make those notes accessible to students anytime, anywhere. Thanks to Livescribe’s unique interactive PDF “pencasts” incorporating recorded audio and regular handwriting, students can revisit a teacher’s notes and explanations as many times as needed to increase their comprehension.
Techradar.com Is the smartpen mightier than the keyboard? January 23, 2014 “It’s much easier than writing notes and drawing on a screen with a mouse, still less painful than writing on glass on devices such as the Galaxy Note 3(as impressive as Samsung’s S-Pen functionality is) and far less time-consuming than scanning or taking photographs of…
NYTimes.com A Digital Pen Combines Writing and Recording December 14, 2013 “Without a doubt, the pen contains some amazing technology.”
Slate.com November 27, 2013 — The Pen is Mightier than the Keypad “The smartpen has plenty of nifty features that will be godsends to the hypergraphia-addled college students and beleaguered archivists of the near future: You can collate notes, add photos to them, share them, and turn them into searchable text.”