Boogie Board 10.5" Paperless LCD Tablet
  • Boogie Board 10.5" Paperless LCD Tablet

Boogie Board 10.5" Paperless LCD Tablet

Big screen doodling

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    Erase the screen

    When you want to clear the screen, simply press the erase button

    Despite sounding like objects that dude-ish hipsters might use to ride the waves, Boogie Boards are actually paperless LCD Tablets that allow you to doodle, sketch and scribble without pens, pencils or paper. And this particular version, dear reader, is the biggest and baddest of ‘em all.

    Yes, fellow doodlers, the Boogie Board 10.5" Paperless LCD Tablet boasts a super-size screen that is 50% bigger than its siblings. What’s more, this ingenious gizmo is battery-operated so you can scribble into infinity and beyond. It even features a built-in stylus holder.

    built-in stylus holder

    The 10.5" version is ultra slim and has a built-in stylus holder

    Detail of erase lock

    Erase lock function prevents
    any accidental screen wipes!


    Just like other Boogie Boards, the impossibly lightweight 10.5” version is ideal for scribbling messages, writing to-do lists, sketching digital graffiti, doing sums and drawing up mad professor-ish master plans. When you need to erase your handiwork simply press the button. Brilliant.

    Forget about fumbling around for pens and paper because you can write, doodle and sketch on the Boogie Board’s flexible, pressure-sensitive screen using the included stylus, your finger or anything else capable of applying the required pressure (no sniggering at the back). Doodling with a banana? Now you’re talking!

    scale

    Great for making notes and doodling

    Despite its size, the 10.5” Boogie Board remains just as responsive as smaller versions. It can even conjure up lines of different thickness according to the pressure applied – just like paper and pen. Think of it as a pimped-up, big screen Etch-a-Sketch with an incredibly practical twist.

    Of course you could always continue scrawling your musings via quaint old paper and pen, but as a Firebox-perusing gadgeteer we expect so much more from you. Write on!

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