After 15 years of providing NEO and AlphaSmart writing tools to schools and individuals in Europe, the Middle East and Africa we are sad to announce that the NEO 2 will be going end of life. With regret there is no replacement planned. Our websites will still remain active for the foreseeable future, and will provide software and user guide downloads.
A finite stock of UK NEO 2 devices are still available from our online shop or by contacting our sales team on 020 7184 4040.
All stock will go by 31 March 2014.
We are also offering some BETTER THAN HALF PRICE discounts on NEO 2 accessories – visit the online shop to take advantage of these offers.
Warranty will still be honoured on your product (3 years return to base cover for devices purchased before 1 January 2013, one year for products purchased from 2 January 2013), please contact the people you purchased from for further warranty assistance or email the support address found on the back of your device.
We would like to thank you for your support of our product and hope that because of its ruggedness you will continue to get years more use from our simple but highly effective note-taking solutions.
The NEO 2 team.
NEO 2, available with UK or International keyboards, with or without Renaissance Receiver
Bulk discounts for multiple units, also available with SmartOption carts available
Package discounts for NEO 2 and additional assistive tools Text2Speech and Co:Writer
Utilising AlphaSmart technology, NEO 2 is a simple, easy to use and reliable learning tool that turns your classroom into an interactive and collaborative workspace. With NEO 2′s dedicated writing features, you can be sure that if your students are typing, they are focused on the task in hand.
NEO 2 increases writing motivation in class, especially among reluctant writers. Additionally, NEO 2 provides exceptional individual support for students with a range of special educational needs including dyslexia and dyspraxia.
What our customers are saying
“The NEO 2 has really inspired and motivated our boys to read and write.”
Godmanchester Primary School