Earlier this week we gave you a little sneak peek at the new Livescribe Connect service but we also looked a bit more closely at the T-Mobile G-Slate, Big Fuchsia’s wild 3D tablet. Erick was generally nonplussed with both products but this is the year of the Android tablet and this is one of the most unique devices we’ve seen this year.
To recap, Livescribe Connect lets you send ink to the cloud by capturing and sending drawn and written data to email accounts, Twitter, and even Google Docs. I found it to be quite useful but Erick complained a bit about the need to tether via USB. As for the G-Slate, we were both very confused by the 3D features but generally accepting of the inexorable march of Android Honeycomb hegemony
You can take a closer look at our Livescribe discussion below and then take a direct look at the G-Slate after that. Watch the whole video above.
Livescribe, Inc. provides a mobile computing platform. Its platform includes Pulse Smartpen, a computer in a pen that records everything the clients hear and write, as well as synchronizes audio to the written notes; Livescribe Dot Paper, a paper printed with a pattern of tiny micro-dots, which enables the infrared camera at the tip of the Pulse smartpen to track the written notes; and Livescribe Desktop that allows the digital transfer of notes and recordings from the Pulse smartpen...