Peter Svensson recently reviewed the LiveScribe Pulse and calls it the "Holy Grail" for journalists in that it records audio, at the same time recording handwritten notes taken on paper. The only drawback to the Pulse – you have to take notes on special paper. However, there is good news coming for would-be Pulse users: later this summer, LiveScribe will make it possible for users to print their own paper. The LiveScribe Pulse starts at $149 and comes with a 100-sheet pad of paper.
He also reviewed the Nokia Digital Pen SU-27W and the logogear Mobile Digital Scribe, but didn’t come away nearly as impressed with those.
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