Video – The LiveScribe Pen, a revolutionary way to write


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Hey guys!

I just felt like making a quick video for you all. So I whipped up a video about my LiveScribe Pen—the new way I write.

The pen is designed so that it knows exactly what you’re writing, saves it to the computer, and even records the audio happening around you (if you are taking notes on a meeting, for example).

The coolest thing is that the software even converts your written text into ASCII text, so you can copy and paste it into MS Word or anything else. This photo shows the difference between what I wrote and what it’s converted into.

Anyway, I put together a quick video for you to check it out. You can get it at Amazon: Livescribe 8 GB Echo Smartpen Pro Pack


Boxy March 6, 2012 at 6:32 pm

Great video…
I have a couple of questions
What word recognition software do you use? Is it the default one that comes with the pen?
Also, have you tried using Livescribe with ever-note and/or one-note?


maneesh March 7, 2012 at 8:19 am

I use MyScript, which comes with the Pen. I haven’t tried it with EverNote!


Carlos February 5, 2012 at 1:57 pm

Thanks for the answer, I’ll think about it


Carlos February 5, 2012 at 2:20 am

Looks awesome, I’m definitely getting one.

Do you have to write carefully for it can recognize the letters? How many mistakes can it make aproximately if you write a bit fast?


maneesh February 5, 2012 at 12:55 pm

Hey! It will recognize your writing in a picture no matter what, but if you want to convert it to a word doc, you need to write slowly. The better you write, the better it converts…and mistakes will show up on the translation


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