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Boogie Board Rip 9.5 Inch LCD Writing Tablet (Gray)

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  • The status indicator flashes when the Boogie Board Rip Tablet is awake and ready to save images. The Boogie Board Rip Tablet's rechargeable battery lasts more than a week between charges (with typical usage).
  • Push the erase button after each image is completed and saved to clear your image and start over
  • Push the save/wake button before you begin writing/drawing to 'wake' the tablet, and push it again after your image is complete to record the image to the tablet's internal memory as a PDF
  • Enable the erase lock switch to ensure your image is not accidentally erased
  • The pressure-sensitive 9.5 inch LCD writing surface provides extra room for notes and drawings
  • Easily connect the Boogie Board Rip Tablet to your computer with the micro USB port and the USB connection cable (included)
  • Whats in the Box: Tablet, Stylus, USB Cable, and User Guide
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Dimensions 7.8 inches x 11.8 inches x 1 inches 1.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 6 inches 6.4 inches x 9.8 inches x 1 inches 11.05 inches x 1.03 inches x 7.13 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 1 x 7.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005ZPZ5XW
  • Item model number: PR01105GRYA0000
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 1, 2011

Product Description

The Boogie Board Rip 9.5 inch LCD Writing Tablet combines an exceptional, paper-like writing experience with the ability to record your written and drawn images and save them as files. Then connect to a computer and transfer files for editing, organizing, archiving and/or sharing! Provides a completely electronic medium for creating and preserving notes and drawings. Eliminates the burden of unmanageable paper notebooks, notepads, memo pads, and sketch pads. Reduces paper consumption. Simplifies organization or notes - easily search and find saved files by date or name on your PC. Makes writing, drawing and learning fun!

Customer Reviews

When you write with the Boogie Board RIP there is no lag time!
Heitea
I'm really disappointed and consider it false advertising (you are led to believe it saves what you see on the boogie board- as-is).
Yinny99
It did not save every pen-stroke upon viewing the PDF file so some of the notes didn't appear.
Grant Richter

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208 of 214 people found the following review helpful By Yinny99 on November 16, 2011
I wanted to sketch engineering diagrams, software UML, use cases, website designs, etc... Ordered this and was really excited about the advertised save feature.. Problem! It doesn't save as it looks on the Boogie board!!! What I draw on the boogie board looks OK, but when I save and then view the saved .PDF on the PC, pixels are missing! In other words, what the board saves is of lower quality than what you see on the actual boogie board.

And the quality loss on the saved file is substantial enough that it doesn't work for any of my engineering/sketch/design needs. Basically, it's an expensive toy for the kiddos!

I'm really disappointed and consider it false advertising (you are led to believe it saves what you see on the boogie board- as-is). So I'm out $150 (after device, sleeve, shipping) and I would have more than been happy to pay more for something that worked as advertised.
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149 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Heitea on November 19, 2011
I have been searching for a tablet ideal for writing for years! Tablets like the i-pad are designed for surfing the web, playing games and watching movies which is fine, but I have a computer which I use for those things.

When you write with the Boogie Board RIP there is no lag time! And you can see what you're writing on the surface you're writing on which makes it better than a Bamboo tablet (which I own). And it doesn't require special paper or use any paper. I've already made about a notebooks worth of notes!

The lines on the screen are thicker than the save lines, but that doesn't bother me. The only slight glitch is that if you're writing fast not every stroke is saved, but a good deal of them are. I can still figure out what my notes are about later. And over time I've gotten better at writing on it so more of my notes actually save. Also there's this indicator light that tells you if the tablet is registering your stroke. At first I thought this light would bug me, but I actually find it really helpful.

EDIT [Writing in cursive almost guarantees it will pick up your writing.]

Also at first I wondered what I would do with all the documents in PDF form, but I found a free vector PDF editor Inkscape and a free PDF merger PDF Split and Merge Basic. So now I can put all my notes into notebooks. I have them all uploaded onto my kindle and they look amazing.

The battery life is amazing. I've never even seen it get close to running out of juice. As for the memory I use it to take notes during for classes a day and doodle in between classes and at most I have 50 pages at the end of the day.

Also the fact that you can just use it as scratch paper and not save your notes is actually really helpful.
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110 of 123 people found the following review helpful By danger.dallan on November 15, 2011
Between being an engineering student and a graphic designer, I use an array of digital tools to speed up design processes. While the boogie board has proven great to bust out calculations without wasting paper, I question its current application to anything other than scratch work. It is fully capable of "saving" a pdf, but please note that its current firmware doesn't support varying line thickness. Translation: What appears on your screen isn't necessarily reflected in the pdf.

In some instances, I've found entire chunks of my notes missing because I failed to press down hard enough. This wouldn't be a problem if the tablet didn't display this information exactly the same as the information it recorded.

Finally, for those of you that plan on using this for creative designs away from the computer, think of a better solution. Besides not accurately recording what displays on the tablet, the exported vectors are created with more nodes than any program/tool I've ever used. A simple 1.5" straight line on the tablet will translate into a 154 node vector. The paths created are often constructed in such a way that it becomes more trouble than it is worth to simplify. As mentioned previously, there is now way to tell what your vector file truly looks like. This renders design impossible.

In short, I find the price ridiculous for its capabilities. Its price point puts it near far better options. I highly recommend spending a little extra and getting something far more capable unless you enjoy overpaying for a glorified whiteboard.
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37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Sam on February 5, 2012
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Long story short, this product does everything it claims to do, though there is a slight learning curve to its use.

I have been using this product for the last three weeks as a complete replacement for taking notes and doing homework on paper for my college courses. I carry no notebooks to my 5 courses, only the Boogie Board Rip. As far as I can tell, this product is unique in that it allows you to take notes without the use of paper and without the immediate use of a computer. I was unable to find any other product that boasted this set of features.

Writing on the surface took some getting used to; at first penstrokes would be missed because I didn't press hard enough, but watching the indicator light while writing teaches you to press with the correct amount of pressure. The device must be "woken" up after the lock switch is turned off by pressing the "Save" button; forgetting to do this means you've lost whatever you've just written. The lines on the screen show up far thicker than the lines on the .pdf documents, meaning that writing that is fairly small and near illegible on the screen will look perfect on the computer. When writing, it's hard to keep your hand from pressing on the writing surface, causing a "cloudy" appearance. This affects legibility on the device, but these marks don't transfer to the .pdf.

One drawback is the size of the surface; it is much smaller than a standard notebook, and especially much narrower than a notebook, making solving some long math and chemistry problems difficult. I solved this problem (it's embarrassing how long it took me to think of this) by rotating the device 90 degrees, giving the surface a greater width.
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