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Sitting on exciting news like this is tough so it’s with much relief that I can announce that Livescribe has released the MUCH anticipated applications for the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The release of the free Pencast player enables you to access a digital copy of your synchronized notes and audio as pencasts from anywhere. Now notes and audio from critical meetings or lectures are portable and playable when you need them. This is a major step forward for Livescribe’s mobile computing platform – we first got wind of this earlier this year when Jim Marggraff visited Australia.

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Over the past two years we’ve shared a number of stories from customers around Australia and how they use their Smartpens. I want to share with you one of my own experiences using the Echo Smartpen. I’ve been a TEC member for many years – as a business owner, it’s been an important resource. This year I’ve been given the chance to share my experiences about building the Smartpen business with other business owners, executives, leaders etc at All TEC Day 2010. The focus of my presentation is how we’ve built Smartpen as a business in a highly competitive retail

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We’ve had a few questions from customers about whether they need to change or upgrade or reinstall Livescribe Desktop if they decide to move from a Pulse to an Echo Smartpen. The short answer is no. You keep using your current version of Livescribe Desktop as the software will recognise the new pen and creating a specific space for content from this new pen. Here are the key points: Keep your current version of Livescribe Desktop Give your new Echo Smartpen a new or different name (see screen capture below) Use the Echo Smartpen normally, docking it via the USB

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Since the Livescribe Echo was introduced last month we’ve had a lot of questions about the differences between the two pens. Should I stay with the Pulse, upgrade to an Echo, which is the better model? In this post I’m going to discuss some of the core differences between the existing Pulse Smartpens and the new Echo range. Smartpen Product Line Changes By now you may have noticed changes to the product line up. With the withdrawal of the 4GB Pulse pen, the products available here in Australia and New Zealand include: 2GB Pulse 4GB Echo 8GB Echo As always,

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