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Live from NECC: Computer in a Pen

Livescribe Inc. debuted its Pulse smartpen and mobile computing platform at the National Educators Computer Conference (NECC). The Pulse smartpen is a computer in a pen that captures everything a person hears and writes and syncs the notes and audio.
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Livescribe Inc. debuted its Pulse smartpen and mobile computing platform at the National Educators Computer Conference (NECC). The Pulse smartpen is a computer in a pen that captures everything a person hears and writes and syncs the notes and audio. Administrators, teachers and students can simply tap on their handwritten notes with their smartpen to hear the conversation play back from that exact moment. The notes and audio can be transferred to their computer for backup, search, playback or sharing.

For more information visit www.livescribe.com/education.

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