Livescribe’s Sky smartpen looks much like its predecessor, the Echo, and the basic idea is the same: You use it to write and sketch on special paper, and can simultaneously record audio via the built-in microphone. All your ink and audio gets automatically digitized and synchronized for later reference. But the Sky, which starts at $169.95, is the first Livescribe model with built-in wi-fi, saving you the hassle of syncing it with a PC via USB cable. It also uses the popular Evernote service as its storage repository, so your jottings and recordings are instantly available everywhere that Evernote is: on the web, on PCs and Macs and on a bevy of phones and tablets.
Link: Livescribe Sky