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Sharpie has introduced its Liquid Pencil, which writes smoothly like a pen, but uses liquid graphite that can be easily erased--at least for the first day after writing.
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The Liquid Pencil sells for about $2 (including some eraser refills) and is slated to be available at office supply stores next month.
The liquid pencil is easy to hold, with a rubberized grip. Also like a pen, the liquid graphite tip can be hidden or revealed by clicking the top.
Sharpie sent the Liquid Pencil earlier this month using a Thermos lunchbox as a press kit.
The Liquid Pencil worked well on notepads, business cards, and other types of standard paper.
Although the Liquid Pencil did well with most types of paper, it appeared faint and a bit jerky on very glossy paper, such as this notebook from the recent Techonomy conference.