The original Boogie Board LCD eWriter that started a revolution. Ultra light at just 4oz and 3mm thin. One just isn't enough. Get one for on the go, in the office and multiple places around the house. Almost anywhere you'd keep memo pads, sticky notes or scrap paper.
Fumbling about for pens, pencils and pads of paper simply won’t do in this day and age, especially when it means you are destroying trees and laying waste to entire forests! That`s why you should take a look at this - The Boogie Board Paperless LCD Tablet.
Perfect for scribbling messages, writing to-do lists, sketching digital graffiti, doing sums and drawing up mad professor-ish master plans, this light as a feather flexible electronic pad features a pressure-sensitive screen upon which you can write, doodle and sketch using the included stylus, your finger or anything else capable of applying the required pressure. When you need to erase your handiwork simply press the button and start all over again!
Speaking of erasing, the Boogie Board lasts for approximately 50,000 erasures –that’s a whole load of scribbling, not to mention a whole load of trees breathing a sigh of relief.
1.Erase your image with the touch of a button – and a friendly flash from the liquid crystal display.
2.Sealed 3V watch battery never needs replacing.
3.The Boogie Board LCD eWriter is an ultra 1/8″ thin and is easy to take with you in a purse, scheduler, briefcase or backpack.
4.The case and LCD are made from durable plastic materials. Safe for school use and all around the house, office and car.
5.The Boogie Board LCD eWriter’s pressure-sensitive LCD writing surface creates lines of different thickness based on how hard you push – just like paper and pen!
6.Write or draw with the included stainless steel stylus or any other suitable instrument – even your finger! You’ll never need to search for a pen or pencil again!
“Can’t think of any better way to stop using paper” —Mobile Magazine
“It almost feels magical the way the ’ink’ flows out of the stylus” —The Gadgeteer
“Device worthy of the century we live in” —Softpedia
“A battery powered notepad as convenient as the real thing” —Popular Science
“May revolutionize the way people take notes” —The Plain Dealer
“Infinite LCD Fun” —Softpedia