Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Now Available

Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Titanium now in stock

I’m pleased to announce that the Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen is now available in Australia.
The 4GB Smartpen is in the new Titanium colour.

Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Titanium

The introduction of the 4GB Pulse Smartpen also marks the introduction of new packaging for the pen and a slight change in what’s included with the basic package. The key difference is a change to the standard notebook – it’s now an A5 black spiral bound notebook.

Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Titanium

Note that we’ve also created a bundled solution to include MyScript for Livescribe. MyScript for Livescribe has been incredibly popular here in Australia and New Zealand and I highly recommend it.

Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Titanium

Still no word on the 4GB Pro Pack – but when we do find out I’ll let everyone know.

Finally, initial orders of the Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Titanium are likely to be slower than usual dispatch – I’ll advise individual customers directly.

Seeing as I’ve given away my original Pulse Smartpen I’m going to upgrade to the 4GB – I’ll blog here in a few weeks with my initial thoughts.

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About Mark Parker

Mark Parker is the founder of Smart Selling International Pty Ltd. Smart Selling International is a niche technology market launch expert - helping technology companies launch and grow their brands in Australia, New Zealand, and parts of Asia. Mark is focused on Augmented and Virtual Reality, IoT, and digital data capture devices. You can find him online at - Twitter (@smartselling or @smartpen), LinkedIn - http://au.linkedin.com/in/smartselling
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4 Responses to Livescribe 4GB Pulse Smartpen Now Available

  1. Where can i buy this? Thanks.

  2. Nikkita says:

    Would the Smartpen be able to record a lecture if you sit far back in a lecture theatre? Is there a minimum distance?

    • Mark Parker says:

      Nikkita,
      You’d need to experiment as there are many variables that will affect the quality of the recording. Factors such as the room size, ambient noise, the ability of the lecturer to project their voice, etc will all influence the recording.

      cheers Mark

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