I have always liked Improv Electronics products and their variations of the Boogie Board. If you are not familiar with the Boogie Board, it is essentially a board that you can write or draw on, and then save your creations for later.
I recently had a chance to try out the Sync 9.7. I have no idea where the 9.7 comes from, but the Sync is designed so that you can draw or write on the Boogie Board, and then wirelessly transmit the images to your phone, tablet, or computer with the power of Bluetooth. I will have to say that syncing it was quite simple, and there was an app in beta that allowed me to save my drawing. If you don’t believe me, check out my drawing below.
Here’s how it works. All you need to do is remove the pen from the side (yeah, it really sticks in there). You can then draw on the Boogie Board, but keep in mind, you really have to be in a good light to see what you are drawing. If you like what you have written, hit “Save”. You can then hit “Erase” to start over. You can even integrate your sketches with Evernote, and save as vector PDFs.
From there, you can just open the app and see what you have drawn. It does come out in black and white, as you can see. In all honesty, I would like to see a bunch of Sync 9.7 art, just like there is Etch-a-Sketch art.