Even though it’s considerably smaller than your traditional whiteboard, it’s still large enough for multiple persons to use at once — a feat that’s still difficult for portable digital devices. It also comes with a microfiber case that can be used for storing the board and a marker, but as an eraser too. Brilliant! It’s just $US10, and as the folks at ThinkGeek point out, it’s just waiting to be turned into a pirate map. [ThinkGeek]
Folding Origami Whiteboard Puts A Conference Room In Your Pocket
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