When you are off to school, the number one thing you will be doing is going to class. Well in every class you will need to take notes. Now for some professors the use of a laptop is prohibited so what do you do? That is where the Livescribe Pulse Smartpen comes in.
It looks like your average pen but it also has a voicerecorder and up to 2 GB of storage. The pen remembers everything you have written in digital form it also keeps track of whatever was being said. You can also sync it with your PC or Mac and share your notes online. The trick is the Pulse smartpen's infrared sensor uses the tiny dots on the custom and required Livescribe notebookpaper as reference points so all your notes are stored and saved. It is the perfect thing to have in those classes where you have to take many notes but cannot use a laptop. You should get yours today.
The Livescribe Smartpen is available at Amazon for $129.00.
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