eWriter Feels Like Paper, Syncs Like a Tablet
Boogie Board's upgraded product incorporates writing features both traditional and cutting-edge
Every once in a while, something comes along that’s able to unite enemies and provide common ground. One such item — a new tablet that is simultaneously high- and low-tech — might just kick off peace talks in the modern struggle between pen-wielding luddites and keyboard-loving techies.
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