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Pulse Smart Pen

The Pulse Smart Pen is the first of the LiveScribe's smart pens. It has a removable ball-point ink cartridge, a microphone to record audio, a speaker for playback, a small OLED display, an infrared camera and an internal flash memory to capture handwritten notes, audio and drawings.

The Pulse pen is available with either 1,2 or 4 GB of flash storage (the one in our collection has 4GB). They can store roughly 100 hours of audio per GB (so the one in our collection can store 400 hours of audio). It requires a USB cradle and  uses a 2.5mm headphone jack.

Date : March 2008

Manufacturer : LiveScribe

Format : Smart Pen

Physical Description : Cardboard Box Cardboard Sheet Pulse Smart Pen Getting Started Guide Tips & Tricks Leaflet Navigation Basics sheet Leather Sleeve 2 x Plastic Trays

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH54133. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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