Hands On With The Boogie Board Play & Trace at CES 2015 (video)
The Boogie Board from Kent Displays is a simple notepad like gadget which lets you scribble or draw, and then erase your work at the touch of a button.
At CES 2015, I caught up with Kent Displays and they showed me their latest model, the Play & Trace. Scheduled to ship in time for Christmas, the Play & Trace will be the first Boogie Board to feature a translucent.
As you can see in the video, the Play & Trace was made translucent so kids would be able to place it on top of a sheet of paper or a tablet and trace what they see. When they’re done they can clear the screen with the press of a button.
This modern take on the familiar lift-and-peel drawing pads was developed specifically for the kid’s market, and will cost around $30.
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charlie January 10, 2015 um 2:13 pm
thats awesome 🙂
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