Whiteboards are great for classes and brainstorming, but since they aren’t usually portable, they can’t really work everywhere – that is until now. The Noteboard is a portable whiteboard that can expand to let you brainstorm ideas almost anywhere.
When it’s unfolded, the Noteboard is approximately the size of 27 notecards. Once it’s completely collapsed, it can fit in your pocket. Robin Thomas, the creator of the Noteboard, states that it’s a great alternative to tablets and paper. It’s true that it can be useful, but if you’ve used whiteboards a bit, you know that you’re always left with a greasy residue and marks all over your hands from the pens. Still, it’s a cool idea.
Robin is currently sold out of Noteboards, but is raising funds to help create another batch. Stop on by his website if you’re interested in getting in on the action or if you’d like instructions on how you can make your own using simple materials including contact paper and note cards.