Thursday, July 12, 2012

Boogie Board Rip E-Writer Review


The Boogie Board writing tablet is a convenient way to convey messages, take notes, or simply to draw as you daydream about the world while stuck in your office cubicle!

Improv Electronics sent me their LCD E-Writer to review. Since using the Boogie Board, I have used fewer post-it notes and have not carried bulky notepads along to meetings. I work in an office and have used this writing tablet to take quick notes without having to worry about bringing a distracting laptop or pen and notepad along.

For those of us who are constantly "on the go," this lightweight e-writer is portable, convenient, and can be used repeatedly without having to waste paper.

With the Boogie Board, eliminate the use of post-it notes and writing pads. This is an eco-friendly alternative to using paper.

This can be a useful product to have at home when you need to leave a message for a family member, or if you need to set reminders for yourself.

When you want to start over, simply press the "erase" button.

You can also save your lists, images, or notes as PDF files.

The Boogie Board comes with a USB cable. Once you press save, connect the Boogie Board to your computer, and save your files to your computer.

There is also an unlock/lock feature on the left side of the device. When using the e-writer, make sure it is unlocked. You won't be able to save or erase your images if locked.

Use this writing tablet to teach your children how to write and spell out words. This is an effective learning tool, even for learning cursive handwriting.

This writing tablet has an 8.5 inch screen and does not need batteries. You can use the included stylus to write and draw, but other instruments can be used too, including your fingers!

The Boogie Board weighs 4 oz. which is much more efficient to carry than a computer, electronic tablets, and even notepads. They are available in a variety of colors, and can be customized.


35 comments:

  1. I tutor elementary school kids and this writing tablet would definitely be useful. They like electronics, so writing on a tablet would be more interesting for them than notepads or binder paper.

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  2. Whenever I'm in a business meeting I take notes on whatever scrap paper or notepad I can find. I can rarely find those notes later. It would be great to have a Boogie Board to be able to keep those notes for future reference.

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  3. i would have loved this as a kid but as an adult, its convenient to takes notes!

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  4. i would use this in the kitchen as a to do board

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  5. I would probably need about 5 of them! 1 for work, 1 to write down dates for my husband to remember what I'm doing, 1 for my 5 year old to draw on, 1 for the kitchen and 1 for my home office!

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  6. I would use it at Troop meetings to 1. Jot down things I need to pick up for future meetings, 2. For parents to jot down things they need to tell me but can't while I'm working with the girls. 3. Also to use at Leaders meetings and Service Team meetings. I need all the help I can get to remember things. Humm wonder if it will help me remember all 8 grandkids names. LOL

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  7. I work at home so this would be great for taking notes and having them and reducing paper for sure!

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  8. I would you this to help with our grocery lists. We always seem to run out of stuff, but no one tell mom!! Maybe this would help!

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  9. I would give this to my daughter who will be a college freshman this Fall.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  10. i would use it for grocery lists, and daily reminders!however if i was to win my teen would reposess it from me :)

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  11. I would use this for grocery lists and for to do lists. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. I'd use it to put my daily tasks and eliminate paper! Also for grocery lists!

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  13. I would use it to take notes in my courses, and to make chore lists for my kids :)

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  14. I would use this for grocery lists and to do lists!

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  15. I was thinking more for my daughter, she is constantly drawing. She loves to doodle and write and draw all the time. I would probably keep it along for when she's bored so that she will always have something to do. She has gone through so many of my note books and cost me so much money in printing paper. I think this would come in very handy and save me a lot of money

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  16. We have 2 small boys that go through paper by reams weekly. One of these would be amazing! I really like that you can save drawings and such on the computer!

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  17. I usually forget things and stick post it notes everywhere, so i think ths would be of great use

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  18. I would give to my daughter to use at work. She has lots of things she needs to remember and instead of jotting them on paper, she would have this

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  19. I would use this to take notes instead of carrying my iPad everywhere with me. Sometimes I get so scared that people will try to steal it from me.

    Moniquebbon at gmail dot com

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  20. This would be great for my husband to take to work!
    marysa (at) marysa (dot) com

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  21. I really want one of these to replace the mountain of stickies/notepad on my desk

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  22. My daughter would use this a lot for her school and 4-H work!!
    hiwendyhi at yahoo dot com

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  23. I can think of so many ways to use this! Grocery lists, jotting quick notes, phone messages, reminders....This is really cooL!

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  24. I'd love to use some in my kinder classroom instead of dryerase boards. So cool.

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  25. well my sister n law has one and my kids just love it so do i everytime i go i leave her a message on it before i leave so if i won i would put it on my refridgertor so everyone could leave a message

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  26. Use this to keep my grocery lists
    Great to keep by the phone to record phone messages

    savewish@yahoo.com

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  27. i would use it as a to do list

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  28. I'm the secretary for several organizations and would love, love, love to be able to take notes on this to help out with our minutes!

    Thanks so much!!!

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  29. I would use it with my little ones to keep them occupied when I'm teaching the olders ones their school lessons! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. it would be perfect to use for a shopping list tool

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  31. I would love this for things like shopping lists. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  32. It would be great to help teach the kids math & writing

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  33. i would use this for meetings at work

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  34. I'd use this for our homeschool lessons

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