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New Livescribe pen goes iPhone and iPad only

The latest iteration of the Livescribe smartpen has had its built-in audio recording removed and now only works across iPhones and iPads running iOS 7.

(Credit: Livescribe)

The Livescribe series has always been able to record both handwritten notes and audio. Using a combination of special notepaper and a camera in the pen, your notes — or sketches, scrawls, mathematical formulas, doodles — would be recorded digitally and any audio synced with them.

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