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Old 02-09-2011, 01:48 AM   #1
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Default Dry erase boards recommendation?

I want to get a dry erase board. It helps me think better for math, science, and computer courses when I have something that's bigger than a piece of paper where I can erase/correct problems.

It seems I can only buy them online. I have no idea how to find one or even what to look for. I'm not looking for something that big, more like 2ft x 3ft. I found them for around the $30 mark, but not sure how good is the quality. Anybody have any recommendations?
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Default Re: Dry erase boards recommendation?

You're kidding, right? You can find small dry-erase "whiteboards" in nearly any *-mart in the stationary department. The big box office supply stores will stock larger ones.
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You're kidding, right? You can find small dry-erase "whiteboards" in nearly any *-mart in the stationary department. The big box office supply stores will stock larger ones.
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Old 02-09-2011, 10:34 AM   #4
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Default Re: Dry erase boards recommendation?

I don't want a small dry erase board. Like I said, I want one that's bigger than a piece of paper, and around the dimensions of 24in x 36in.

Office Depot and Office Max doesn't seem to carry any of them in their stores.
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Not trying to sound condescending, but did you ask them? Have you tried a school supply store?
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Local Wal-Mart. I bought my 4ft by 3ft board for around 20 bucks, a very good deal IMO. Considering the small paper sized ones were 8 dollars....

Nice quality, erases easy.
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