When we consider upgrading tablets, we generally like to look forward and future-proof ourselves as much as possible to ensure that we don’t have to buy another tablet in the near future. If you don’t, you usually end up with a out-of-date tablet in only a month or two. One of the features that really enjoyed with the Note 10.1 was the ability to write with excellent precision and the feeling that you are actually writing with pen and paper. Improv Electronics has created a way for you to take notes and precision handwriting, while keeping any device that you might already own.
A Better Way To Take Notes
While I’ve always liked the idea of the Boogie Board, I rarely have found an occasion that I personally would really use one. The ability to take notes and have them permanently stay on screen is neat, but you quickly run out of room and have no backup or digital way to save them – until now. The new Boogie Board SYNC from Improv Electronics fills in that hole by providing a method of both backing up and syncing with nearly any device.
The new Boogie Board saves all data and entries directly to an SD card, meaning that you can take notes on the go then connect them to any of your devices later on (both wired and wirelessly) and sync them all up. The booth had some early prototypes of the unit (as well as the desktop and mobile applications) all showing the syncing across all devices, almost real-time with each stroke. The new SYNC could allow many users to write, draw, and take notes all with a realistic pen and paper feel – without needing a new tablet or stylus optimized screen. Improv stated that the product will likely be available late 2013 to the public.