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At about the size and form factor of any regular pen, Livescribe smartpens digitally capture everything you write on Livescribe notebooks and store them in its memory. When the smartpens are connected with a supported companion device (mobile/ tablet/ desktops), they securely transfer the data to the Livescribe Apps in the device.
What are the different smartpens that Livescribe has?
Livescribe currently has three models of smartpens in its line-up, Echo, the Aegir, and the all-new Symphony. All smartpens digitally capture your handwritten notes.
Learn more about the smartpens here,
Smartpen Comparison Table
What is the difference between Echo, the Aegir & Symphony smartpens?
All Livescribe smartpens (Echo, Pulse, Sky Wi-Fi, Livescribe 3, and Aegir) are fully compatible with all Livescribe’s dot-pattern notebooks, capture everything users write and record (in-built mic for Echo or using mobile app for Livescribe 3 & Aegir) and work with Livescribe companion applications to provide quick access to digital version of the captured information.
Echo is purpose-built for capturing audio while taking notes, as it has a built-in micro-phone and stores over 200 hours of audio and thousands of pages of notes directly in the pen itself. Echo is a self-contained ink and audio pen that permits users to capture everything that they hear and say while taking notes. The audio can be played back right on the pen and just the portion of audio associated with a specific handwritten note can be played on demand. Then when Echo is connected to a computer via USB, all captured notes and audio are seamlessly transferred to the free Echo Desktop application where notes and audio can be easily archived, organized and shared with others.