Livescribe 2GB Echo Bundles

So, given the Echo range has been consolidated to just the one SKU – the 2GB Echo, our two value bundles – the smart writing sets for the Echo range are now clearly the best value for money anywhere in Australia or New Zealand.

What is Included In the Echo Value Bundles

Irrespective of which option you choose, each bundle includes:

  • Livescribe 2GB Echo smartpen
  • MyScript for Livescribe

There are two options – based on whether you want to use A5 or A4 paper.

2GB Echo A5 Smart Writing Set

This value bundle is for those smartpen users who prefer smaller format spiral pads – A5 size. This bundle includes the following:

  • 2GB Echo smartpen
  • MyScript for Livescribe
  • A 4-pack of A5 spiral notebooks
  • An A5 smartpen portfolio.

2GB Echo A4 Smart Writing Set

This bundle differs from the A5 bundle in that it includes the larger A4 spiral notebooks. This bundles includes the following:


  • 2GB Echo smartpen
  • MyScript for Livescribe
  • A 4-pack of A4 spiral notebooks
  • 2x Echo ink refills (4-pack).

I hope this post helps you understand the key differences between our two most popular Echo smart writing sets.






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 -
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2 Responses to Livescribe 2GB Echo Bundles

  1. Brian S Friedlander says:

    Hi Mark I really appreciate your blog and I’ve been a big proponent of a Livescribe+ pens for many years. I was wondering if you had any insight as to where Anoto is going with regards to the Livescribe+ family of pens. I am a user of the Livescribe+ pen and a big proponent of its use the students with learning disabilities I appreciate your in insight. Thanks so much Brian

    Sent from my iPhone


    • Mark Parker says:

      Hi Brian
      There’s not much on record in relation to product direction other than a simplification of the two core product lines – Echo and LS3.

      I’ve put my thoughts forward a number of times in relation to product direction including ideas on how to extend the life of the Echo product whilst reducing legacy issues.

      I can’t speak for Anoto as I don’t run the show (I’m just a lowly reseller!), but what I’d like to see includes:

        1. Retiring Echo Desktop and partnering with Microsoft to make OneNote the content repository
        2. Removing the OLED screen and using a LED light system like what is found on the LS3
        3. Changing the direction of the speaker so as to minimise barrel width
        4. Moving to a standard entry level model that is based on the 4GB chip
        5. Standardising the refill on the LS3 size – this opens up so many more refill options for users
        6. Updating the shape of the pen to capitalise on the earlier points – getting Echo down to a slimmer shape will create greater opportunities in the earlier years of K-12 where the current size can sometimes be a turnoff.

      Again, these are my thoughts…The Echo still has no equivalent competitor in the market and whilst sales are slowing it has an incredibly loyal customer base and a unique and powerful value proposition. The challenge is – how does Anoto capitalise on this..!

      Time will tell…

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