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The Dixon Ticonderoga No 2. Pencil
Effectiveness= Not as good as a pen, but legible.
Cool Features= Easily Erasable and correctable, always works, in all kinds of environments, including upside down.
Able to create multiple types of communication with the same feature set.
Sturdiness= Moderately Durable
Works every time until it’s dead, until it doesn’t fit in your hand anymore. Can always be used by children as it gets smaller.
Dependencies= Requires soft enough writing surface, paper, pad, concrete,
Price= Moderately Cheap
Battery power= Not Applicable
Green= Renewable resource… No oil at all. Only carbon footprint includes the energy taken to make it. Given they are made at scale, the footprint is probably limited.
User Experience= This is a top quality product in it’s class. Writes smooth, the eraser is soft enough to be effective. Colorful shiny metal and gloss type give sense of a high quality product.
With speed in mind and sketching becoming a popular way to communicate ideas, the future use of this tool is consistent, despite our means such as electronic communication.