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Default Is this ever neat . Erasable note pad !

For woodworking this is kinda handy as it's a note pad that's erasable with the touch of a button . Just bought it at Canadian tire and it's going to come in handy when I write down measurements etc .
Sorry Stick as I'm not much of an artist



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!...you can post photos on it?!
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looks good to me...
here one from sometime back...
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that kinda helps explain the additional restraints...

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Wow... looks kewl. Reminds me of those kids pads that had the little "pen" and you drew on it, then to erase, you lifted the silver sheet.

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Wow... looks kewl. Reminds me of those kids pads that had the little "pen" and you drew on it, then to erase, you lifted the silver sheet.
That's about the best way to describe it , but instead of lifting the transparency your pushing a little button to make it clear again . Wish I had this a few years ago as I used to have these little pieces of paper all over the place as I was building . This is just way to handy.
It's essentially a very thin LCD screen that your writing on and it costs 32 bucks which I thought was a little steep at first , but I'll get over it
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Well I agree. Will have to investigate later.

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Dry erase works for me!

I have found that hand tools are the best choice when I want to make mistakes at a slower rate of speed.

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You know what would make it even better, Rick? If you could save what your wrote or drew on it to like a flash drive, or if it had some built in memory. It' like I love my I-phone for this reason. It's got the notes app on it and I'll keep a running list on what I need at the HD or Lowes, the next time I go. And I have an drawing app. If I think of a gizmo or an improvement to a gizmo or something, in the middle of the night, in the can, or just in the middle of doing something else, I'll either make a note or draw it and save it on my phone. My phone has about dozen saved notes on it. For example, the size of my A.C. filter, which I can never remember when I'm at the store.
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Lee that's exactly what my friend said . I don't doubt future models will do just that . I'm surprised they don't have a bit of built in memory as cheap as memory is nowadays .

I am like you as I have a lot of things saved on my iPhone . Furnace filter size etc.
I even have all the pictures of the tops of my paint cans when I repainted the house so in the future I'll know the paint codes lol
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