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Eraser for Geeks

 - Feb 18, 2007   Updated: Apr 20 2011
References: coolest-gadgets & gizmodo
This eraser designed by Art Lebedev is formed like the famous Delete key on a computer keyboard.

Implications - Although it may not be able to delete past bad decisions, this large eraser will be able to get rid of your spelling and grammar errors etched on paper. Typos don't only occur in digital form, and without spell check going off on the bottom of your notebook, there may be even more mistakes than you know. For those left outside of the technological loop, this Delete Key eraser will help you fix your drafts before submitting your final copy. It's a cheap way to make sure all your handwritten typos are taken care of.