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PC Mag Jan 18, 2012

The Boogie Board Rip LCD Writing tablet is a fun and simple way to record ideas and sketches, but it doesn’t always record every pen stroke, and the $129.99 price tag is fairly steep.

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SlashGear Jan 11, 2012

The Boogie Board RIP is more than a toy and will cost you a pretty penny at $129 but I couldn’t help but feel like it was just that — a toy. The thought of teachers having this in classrooms is actually an awesome concept and I’d love to see it on a larger scale.

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corgan corgan

Improv Electronics' Boogie Board Rip is ambitious in its attempt to extend the company's vision of a paperless world, by enabling vector graphics PDF recording of material placed on their Reflex Technology LCDs. Unfortunately, for serious artwork and note taking, the system is inherently flawed:...

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billbrasky66 billbrasky66

While the incredible battery life and touch sensitivity of the surface are commendable, the Boogie Board RIP falls flat because of a few critical features that are missing: You cannot view pages you've saved after clearing. You need to first download them off the device and onto your PC to...

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