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    Question How good is Boogie Board?

    http://www.amazon.com/Boogie-Board-8...s=boogie+board

    Planning to buy one. how good are they actually?
    Tagging @CvP @dipanzan @Codex @aayman @naved777 @redwan hasan and @Badhon_raj

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    http://www.amazon.com/Boogie-Board-8...s=boogie+board

    Planning to buy one. how good are they actually?
    Tagging @CvP @dipanzan @Codex @aayman @naved777 @redwan hasan and @Badhon_raj
    whats up with the battery?
    "Sealed 3V watch battery never needs replacing."

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    > The revolutionary Reflex LCD featured in the Boogie Board Original 8.5 eWriter retains an image indefinitely without power until you press the erase button to clear the screen. Great for children to practice writing and playing games in the car. Perfect for grocery lists, to-do lists and leaving notes for friends and family.

    Isn't this the stuff we had when we were kids? They didn't rely on batteries much either.

    That said, sorry, but dunno much about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    > The revolutionary Reflex LCD featured in the Boogie Board Original 8.5 eWriter retains an image indefinitely without power until you press the erase button to clear the screen. Great for children to practice writing and playing games in the car. Perfect for grocery lists, to-do lists and leaving notes for friends and family.

    Isn't this the stuff we had when we were kids? They didn't rely on batteries much either.

    That said, sorry, but dunno much about them.
    right, now i remember. seen something similar a few years back.

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    sorry, no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Codex View Post
    > The revolutionary Reflex LCD featured in the Boogie Board Original 8.5 eWriter retains an image indefinitely without power until you press the erase button to clear the screen. Great for children to practice writing and playing games in the car. Perfect for grocery lists, to-do lists and leaving notes for friends and family.

    Isn't this the stuff we had when we were kids? They didn't rely on batteries much either.

    That said, sorry, but dunno much about them.
    But this one has bluetooth, memory and wifi etc

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