Boogie Board Rip LCD writing tablets

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Want to go paperless? Well, if you happen to have a heart for trees as well as whatever remains of virgin forest around the world, you might want to figure out ways to reduce such wastage by using recycled paper to write down those notes of yours. Alternatively, there is always the option of taking the electronic route – but then again, your smartphone’s battery is not exactly the longest lasting battery on earth, so here is a middle-ground solution that might just appeal to everyone – the Boogie Board Rip LCD writing tablet.

Take a step closer to a paperless society with the $129.99 Boogie Board Rip LCD writing tablet, where it is the first Boogie Board tablet model that will come with the ability to save whatever you have written/doodled. Ready to ship to different addresses in North America, Europe and other select global locations, you can not only place your order over at Amazon, but Brookstone (US only), and improvelectronics.com.

According to Dr. Albert Green, Kent Displays/Improv Electronics CEO, This is a monumental day not only for Improv Electronics but for environmentally-conscious consumers around the world. Paper has been used as writing and drawing medium for roughly a thousand years. With the launch of the Boogie Board Rip tablet, we now offer a comprehensive family of Boogie Board eWriters that are viable electronic, paperless alternatives to note books, composition books, legal pads, sketch books, memo pads, sticky notes, scratch paper and other writing and drawing mediums. As more and more consumers use Boogie Board eWriters instead of their paper-based counterparts, we will move much closer to a truly paperless society.

Each Boogie Board Rip tablet will roll out with the optional Virtual Desktop Companion software which you can download from improvelectonics.com. This is a Microsoft Windows compatible tool which will expand the functionality of the Boogie Board Rip tablet whenever it is connected to a computer, where you can then check out whatever you have written down or drew on a computer monitor in real time. Files are saved straight to the computer, and you are also able to share them via e-mail.

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