Reviews and Problems with Livescribe Echo 2GB-8GB Smartpen
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Livescribe Echo 8GB smartpen review
31 August 2010
Conclusion: If you already own a Livescribe Pulse, the Echo arguably doesn't offer enough to warrant an upgrade. And there are plenty of reasons to avoid smartpens altogether; they require recharging on a regular basis, they're bulky in comparison to normal pens, and they're far more expensive, too.
The Livescribe Echo smartpen allows users to capture audio as they write on paper thanks to a built-in recorder
Good Gear Guide.au
9 July 2010
Conclusion: If you regularly take notes, the Livescribe Echo smartpen is almost a must-buy. Excellent recording capabilities, ease of use and an app store that will only grow make it a wise investment.
Pros: Simultaneously records audio while writing, excellent recording quality and volume, easy to use, third-party app store, pencasts
Cons: Thicker and larger than a regular pen, cap is easily lost, software isn't the most intuitive