digitize your ideas with moleskine notebooks and livescribe smartpens digitize your ideas with moleskine notebooks and livescribe smartpens
aug 26, 2014

digitize your ideas with moleskine notebooks and livescribe smartpens

digitize your ideas with moleskine notebooks and livescribe smartpens
all images courtesy livescribe

 

 

 

moleskine has designed a series of notebooks which work with livescribe smartpens, capturing and transfering notes and images from paper to a computer or mobile device, giving people the ability to access their ideas digitally whenever needed. along with transferring their drawings and written concepts from paper to screen, users can employ livescribe smartpens to record audio links to accompany their written notes, and can even tag and flag items simply by tapping the on-page icons with the tip of the smartpen.

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the livescribe notebooks by moleskine feature classic design details including familiar round corners, a ribbon bookmark and a trademark elastic closure. the cahiers include an expandable inner pocket containing two bookmarks printed with smartpen buttons and controls. as with all moleskines, the paper is ivory-colored and acid-free, providing a clean, crisp surface for artists, writers, teachers, students and professionals to seamlessly incorporate their notes, sketches or drawings with their digital devices.

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‘there’s something magical about writing on paper with a pen, it opens up your imagination and allows you to expand your thinking beyond the constraints of a keyboard,’ said gilles bouchard, CEO of livescribe. ‘with these new moleskine notebooks and a livescribe smartpen, you can tap into that inspiration, and store everything on your digital devices too.’ the livescribe 3 smartpen, the company’s latest model, connects to an iOS device via bluetooth, sending each penstroke in real time to the livescribe+ companion app.

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