Bridging the gap between a tablet and a notepad, the Blackboard Electronic Writing Tool presents us with a whole new to way write, edit, and sketch with ease. The simple act, though, of putting pen to paper still remains the same – it’s just the technology that has changed.
In essence, Blackboard utilizes liquid crystal paper that functions as a normal medium on which to write. However, it can be effortlessly cleared and erased with either the touch of a button or with its exact erase functionality. The surface of Blackboard is actually translucent as well, making it easy to sketch or write on top of photos, graphs, grids or whatever else you may need to blueprint or write up at a moment’s notice. Additionally, the Blackboard App allows you to capture and share your work to keep things organized and remembered long after they’ve been erased. Available now.
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