People are always saying that you should write down thoughts or sketch ideas as they hit you, because you’re bound to forget them if you wait, even for a little while. There’s just something about seeing those doodles and notes in front of you that makes plans and concepts much more real. A lot of folks I know use a stylus with their tablets or smartphones along with a notepad app to do this. But sometimes, it’s just not the same as using pen on paper or whiteboard pen on whiteboard.

For the latter, there’s Wipebook. It’s essentially a notebook that’s got sheets of whiteboard inside instead of paper. Write, doodle, scribble, take notes, and construct graphs using a dry erase pen, and just wipe the pages clean when you’re done with your notes or change your mind about your ideas.

The team behind Wipebook is seeking funds to turn version 2 of the product into a reality. Its features include:

  • You can use a dry erase solution like a correctable marker without ghosting. This new version is specifically made for dry erase and correctable markers, instead of water soluble markers.
  • Users told us they wanted something that was as smooth as a typical whiteboard. Our new UV gloss solution makes each page especially smooth.
  • The added smoothness of Wipebook 2.0 makes it especially easy to erase.

Wipebook is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $10 CAD (about $9.44) will get you one of your very own.

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One thing Hazel loves more than geeky stuff is writing about their awesomeness. She graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering but has always wanted to be a writer. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it, too: sifting through endless paperwork during the day while blogging for various tech and gadgetry blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at Gigadgetry.com.