Whiteboard sticker turns your laptop lid into a scratchpad

Brittany A. Roston - Feb 12, 2015, 5:50 am CST
Whiteboard sticker turns your laptop lid into a scratchpad

If your laptop has a touchscreen and you feel the impromptu need to scribble out notes, all you need is a stylus. If it doesn’t have a touchscreen, you can turn to your tablet, and if you don’t have a tablet, you can turn to your smartphone (and, of course, there are things like Wacom slates). None of those sound appealing? You can go the old-school route, but who wants to carry about paper pads and pens? Enter the whiteboard laptop sticker.

The whiteboard laptop sticker is exactly what it sounds like — a sticker that functions as a whiteboard upon which you can write and draw using dry erase markers. It is a strange way to take notes, but a fun way to customize your laptop lid and then erase it the next time you’re bored.

If you like to go the blunt route, you can also use the sticker to write “Do Not Disturb” or any other number of messages to those around you. Regardless, the sticker — the brainchild of DrawAttention — is available for the most common laptop display sizes.

The whiteboard sticker is available in both 13-inch and 15-inch sizes, and shouldn’t be too hard to trim if your display size falls near either of those. The price is $12 and $16, depending on which size you get. A few other versions are also offered, some of which are not presently available.

SOURCE: Gizmodo

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