Reviews and Problems with Livescribe Echo 2GB-8GB Smartpen
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29 August 2014
Summary: I absolutely Love this pen! I tried the "Pulse" and didn't like that it relies on WIFI to function properly. The Echo Pen plugs right into your computer with a standard micro USB cable (which makes it easy if you have to replace it).
Summary: I fell in love with this wonderful pen quite a few semesters ago, I think during my 2011 year. I was taking more advanced classes, such as microbiology and the like so that I could apply to nursing school and it was (and still is) such an invaluable resource to me.
A "Must Have" for Students Having Trouble in Math or Students with Disabilities.
Jillian Byrd, Amazon
3 November 2013
Summary: The community college that I attend uses Livescribe pens for note taking with the Disability Services team. This is how I was exposed to them, and after using them to take notes in math classes for 2 weeks, I decided I had to have one.
Summary: This is a must-have for those professors who lecture a mile a minute and hold you responsible for everything they say. Also great for professors who cover PowerPoint slides with text and don't give students copies.
Summary: I bought this to use when in big meetings with clients. It helps me keep track of everything that goes on and I can go back later to hear what others have said that I may not have noted at the time. The mic is great and the pads work perfectly.
Summary: I find this to be an extremely useful tool. I can record while I take notes, and go back and review anything that doesn't sink in completely the first time. It imports beautifully to OneNote among other things.
Summary: The 8GB Echopen has been immensely useful--especially the ability to playback the relevant portion of audio by tapping a section of the notes. I use it primarily to record notes and audio on conference calls.