Changes to the Livescribe smartpen Range

I’ve been advised by Livescribe that effective immediately the product range of smartpens will be reduced to two core SKU’s – the 2GB Echo smartpen, and the Livescribe 3 Black Edition.

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Both these smartpens are priced at AUD 249.

The premium SKU’s that existed in the Echo and LS3 range – namely the 8GB Echo, LS3 Pro, and LS3 Moleskine are officially retired with little or no stock available (Officeworks may have some units on hand but possibly only via online).

No further changes are expected to the product range for the foreseeable future. Both the 2GB Echo and LS3 Black are our top performers with the 2GB Echo still the #1 choice for education.

Special A5 Paper Offer

We also have a special offer running till June 30 for both Aussie and Kiwi customers – you can purchase either pen and I’ll include a 4-pack of A5 paper for free.

Details of the free paper offer can be found here.


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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4 Responses to Changes to the Livescribe smartpen Range

  1. Sal says:

    I have owned both the earlier model and the echo I trully loved both of them I love what and how they do what they do. BUT BOTH DIED OF BATTERY FAILURE . AND THEY COST MORE IN THOSE DAYS. Please make the battery replacement , then I will buy a new one. Cheers sal vermaak Sydney Australia

    • Mark Parker says:

      Hi Sal,
      I hear your frustration. The current Echo’s have an upgraded battery and 3 year warranty. Realistically, they are good to last 3-4 years of moderate use.

      cheers Mark

  2. Graham McMahon says:

    Why on earth can’t it be made with a replaceable battery?

    • Mark Parker says:

      It’s like a lot of small tech devices – they aren’t made to have replaceable batteries. There are a number of reasons for this not least the engineering cost to allow the battery to be accessed and replaced.


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