An electronic writing instrument introduced in 2010 by the Improv Electronics division of Kent Displays. Using the accompanying stylus and resembling a handheld memo pad, the battery-operated devices use a type of LCD writing surface that retains its image without power. Boogie Boards are erased by pressing a button.
In 2011, the Boogie Board Rip added internal storage for saving approximately 200 images as PDF files, which were transferred to a computer via a USB cable. Two years later, the Sync model added more storage along with transmission via Bluetooth to Evernote, email and social media. See cholesteric LCD
Boogie Board eWriters
Available with writing surfaces from 4.5" to 10.5", Boogie Boards are used to jot down just about anything. (Images courtesy of Kent Displays Inc., www.kentdisplays.com)