Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

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Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

(Credit: Livescribe)

The Livescribe 3 is a wireless ink pen that automatically syncs your handwritten notes with your iPhone or iPad.

This is totally going on my holiday wish list.

To look at the Livescribe 3, you'd hardly know it was a magic pen.

(Credit: Livescribe)

Livescribe pens have long offered the ability to “record” your notes, but early models required manual syncing with your PC if you wanted to view them. Last year’s Sky Wifi model cleverly added cloud syncing to the mix, delivering your scribbles straight to your Evernote account — but only when connected to a Wi-Fi network.

With the Livescribe 3, everything happens locally: the pen pairs with your iPhone or iPad (sorry, Android users — for now it’s an iOS-only offering) via Bluetooth, instantly syncing to the free Livescribe+ app everything you write on special paper. From there, of course, you can share digitized notes via e-mail, SMS, AirDrop, Dropbox, Evernote, and so on.

Previous Livescribe pens could also record audio,… [Read more]

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad


Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

 

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

 

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

 

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

 

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

Livescribe 3 sends handwritten notes straight to your iPhone or iPad

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