The Amazon Kindle PaperWhite has a touch screen... so why not give people a way to use it to doodle or take notes?
The best thing about the Kindle PaperWhite is that the screen looks and feels like paper. Unless you use a magnifying glass, it's hard to to tell what you're reading wasn't printed on paper.
Because it's designed specifically for reading books, Amazon didn't put many other features into it, which is a shame because the the PaperWhite's e-ink touch screen would make a perfect writing surface too, especially with a good stylus.
Unlike some electronic doodling boards such as the Boogie Board, which can't save your notes, notes and sketches saved on the Kindle would could easily be placed inside an Electronic Notebook / Sketchbook or even saved to your local PC or... [More]
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