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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

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Earlier this month we introduced the Livescribe Sound Stickers to the product range. We’ve had them here for a few months testing them with a number of schools around the region – we’ll be sharing some of these success stories in the coming months. If you work in education and you’re wondering how you might use Sound Stickers, this YouTube video from the Livescribe team will give you some ideas Here are a few reasons why you need to start using Sound Stickers in either the classroom, your corporate learning environment, or even in your consultancy (we see real potential

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With tens of thousands of Pulse smartpens being used around Australia and New Zealand, I’m pleased to announce that we’ve been able to get our hands on a supply of the Pulse smartpen caps that clip onto the end of the smartpen. We’ve been asked many times over the years to source these as the Pulse smartpen has a naughty habit of rolling away from users due to the cylindrical shape of the pen. The caps are sold as a pack of 3 – if you’d like to order a pack start here or for our New Zealand customers –

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We get a lot of requests from parents and teachers about how or whether the Livescribe smartpen could help students with Dyslexia. This is a very important area of use for smartpens and from feedback that we’ve received from the Australia/New Zealand community we know of many examples where students are using smartpens in the classroom. Given the level of interest around this, I’d like to share this video from our US Livescribe K-12 team. In the video, a student, parent, and teachers are interviewed about how the student (who suffers from dyslexia) is using the smartpen in her learning

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Last month we saw the continuation of the applications available through the Livescribe app store with the release of – Wikipedia Abstracts. One of the world’s most popular information sources – Wikipedia is now available to Livescribe Smartpen users as an application. Find a word you don’t understand, or looking for some additional information on the subject you’re writing about? All you have to do is write the word and tap it with the pen, (here’s a tip – the word you’ve written needs to be one of the 100,000 most visited Wikipedia entries). If the search term is the

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