“This ain’t yo momma’s Etch-A-Sketch, son. This paperless LCD writing tablet is perfect for leaving messages, sketching ideas, and practicing anything from handwriting to calculus without killing a single tree. But we hear you. You’re thinking, "Can *I* use this thing for, ThinkGeek?" Allow us to give you some suggestions, based on your likely occupation.
- Parental Unit: Grocery lists, honey-do’s, chores list, scoreboard for family game night
- Monkey-suited Executive: Take notes at meetings, draw buzzword-laden charts
- Artiste: Quick sketching exercises, doodles
- Mad Scientist: Molecules, schematics, master plans
- (Perpetual) Student: Handwriting, math, homework to-do list
- Monkey: Banana inventory, poo-to-target success rate
The stainless steel, telescoping stylus isn’t the only tool you can use to write on the Boogie Board, either. Anything from a finger to a stiff brush to a cookie cutter can be used to light up the pressure-sensitive surface. If you or your geekling are personally responsible for the death of forests worth of trees per year, consider the environmental impact of having one totally renewable Boogie Board. The LCD display lasts for approximately 50,000 erasures, which is a whole lot of doodling and noting. Save a tree, boogie down with us.”-Think Geek
Wow this is a fun product! The Boogie Board LCD Tablet is perfect for kids (or adults) who love to draw. Bug enjoys drawing a lot. So when he saw this new drawing board he thought it was pretty cool (and still does). What’s great is it comes with a stylus that makes it so it’s like you are drawing with a pen or pencil. Very cool. Super easy to use, and with the press of a button it erases like magic! I love that it saves so much paper, environmentally friendly is awesome! But my favorite use for this is with Bug while we travel. It is perfect for in the car, while running errands, at the doctors office, etc…it keeps him occupied and he really enjoys drawing on it. It is the perfect size for putting in my purse as well making it really convenient to bring along.
Boogie Board LCD Tablet from ThinkGeek gets Bragging Rights!