writing

  • Boogie Board writing tablet costs $30, features ‘no power LCD technology’

    Going completely paperless just got a bit easier with an LCD tablet that – wait for it – actually seems to be an affordable and useful way to replace paper pads. The Boogie Board from Improv Electronics features  technology from Ohio’s Kent Displays called “Reflex LCD,” a pressure-sensitive, flexible plastic that requires zero power to retain what’s written… Read More

  • Rite In The Rain Notebooks

    Hey hey hey! Before the computer, people used things called pencils and notebooks. Problem is with notebooks, just like their computer counterparts, when you leave them in the rain, they get soaked and destroyed. Not fun. Lucky for us, we have Rite in the Rain notebooks! They’re inexpensive, costing only $2 to $4 depending on size and are covered in Polydura, a waterproof substance. So… Read More

  • IOGear Digital Scribe Lets You Write With Ease

    IOGear has a pretty rad product for those of you who still think the pen is mightier than the swordlaptop. The device clips onto a notebook and a special pen with a sensor is used to determine when you’re writing. Then whatever you write down appears on screen and can be made into text or an image. You can snag the wired version for $59.99 and the wireless version for a little more in Q1… Read More