Summary: The product is very cool. It's like a digital dry erase board that you can tote around or mount on a wall. My problem is with the erase button. Sometimes the button works, but most times it doesn't. I'm not sure if this is just a defect with my item, and I can't return it because I bought the board when it was on sale.
Summary: Hard to read. It is not very brite. If you get up close to it you can read it no problem. It erases very cleanly and simply. Im sure they are working on a way to make it brighter then it would be a five.
Summary: Remember those slates you could write on as a kid, then lift the page to erase and start over. That's the concept here, except that you can't just erase a partial page. It's all or nothing at the press of a button. That makes it fairly ineffective as a to-do list, which is the main reason I bought it. I rarely get through my whole to-do list at once, and keep adding new things on, so it means recopying everything not completed when the page is full.
Does not light up. Barely viewable screen. BEWARE, if u expect a lighted screen.
Pink Breadsticks, Amazon
22 April 2014
Summary: LCD does not mean lighted or backlit. There is no lumination to boast about. I assumed when it was described as a battery operated LCD screen that it would give off some light. Boy was I wrong. The only light is from the nanosecond flash you think you saw when you push the erase button. Instantly, with the slightest touch, and kazam, your design, artwork, or shopping list is gone. There is no hope of recovery.
Summary: It's a very fun writing tablet until the battery dies, and then you have to throw it away! And it did die after about one year and a few months, and not thousands of erases. It says: Sealed 3V watch battery never needs replacing. Don't believe it! I can't believe I didn't realize it when I bought it and I can't believe something like this is on the market!