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The Boogie Board – LCD Writing Tablet

Boogie Board Original 8.5" LCD eWriter, Cyan (PT01085CYAA0002)

$29.99


- Automatically download new pages from the Boogie Board Sync.

The Boogie Board Rip LCD Writing Tablet is available for purchase directly from , and . Make sure you find Boogie Board on and ! Improv Electronics is giving DealPeddler readers a chance at winning their very own Boogie Board Rip Writing Tablet as a giveaway prize! The giveaway is restricted to continental USA residents who are 18+. Giveaway will start 7/28 and run for approximately 1 week. When the giveaway is live you will be able to enter .

I reviewed the first Boogie Board with a translucent screen . It's designed for kids and designed for tracing. I loved the idea then and I love it now in a smaller form factor. The Jot 4.5 is exactly what you would expect from a small Boogie Board but with a screen that you can see through. It's perfect for kids tracing letters or pictures.

- Create pages from scratch, no Boogie Board Sync required.

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This year Boogie Board was at CES again and even better than ever.

The Boogie Board Rip LCD Writing Tablet is available for purchase directly from , and . Make sure you find Boogie Board on and ! Improv Electronics is giving DealPeddler readers a chance at winning their very own Boogie Board Rip Writing Tablet as a giveaway prize! The giveaway is restricted to continental USA residents who are 18+. Giveaway will start 7/28 and run for approximately 1 week. When the giveaway is live you will be able to enter .

There were only a few features I wish that the Boogie Board Rip Writing Tablet had. It'd be nice if there was a scroll option, so instead of having to save multiple pages, you could continue writing until you are done. If this feature was available I could see college students using this, at least those who prefer to write instead of type. I also wished the stylus pen had a finer tip. I write relatively large, and I wouldn't have room for very dense notes. Although, if you have a stylus or something that won't scratch the surface you could certainly use that as well. I tried using my finger nail and I liked that a little better. I also wish there was a way to erase the writing little by little instead of the ENTIRE page. Your errors can't bother you unless you want to start over from the beginning. My husband said he would have liked to have seen an "animate" feature, so you could actually go back and forth between drawings, and then animate it. Like those little flip books we made as a child.