The Boogie Board was originally conceived in late 2009 as being little more than a replacement for a piece of scratch writing paper. Users could scrible a wrote or draw a picture, but they only had a single color and there was no way to save the contents of the screen, only erase it.
Naturally this made the Boogie Board not much more useful than a really cheap sheet of paper (only with a $100 price tag), and that led Improve Electronics to release improved models including the Boogie Board RIP (in early 2012), and now the Boogie Board Sync.
The Sync still has the single color found on its predecessors, but now users can save the screen content on its internal storage or send the screen image to a paired Bluetooth device, where it can be emailed, added to Evernote, or what have you.
In addition to pairing with an Android device or the iPhone/iPad, the Sync can also be plugged into a computer and used as a Wacom style writing slate, with the anything written on the Sync showing up on the screen of the PC (companion app required).
Battery life is expected to be about a week. That is far less than the battery life in the original Boogie Board, which ran for months on a single button cell battery, but the Sync is more capable.
This writing slate is up for pre-order on Amazon with a list price of $99.