Circuit Pen Draws Up Possibilities
A pen that allows you to create electronic circuits on printer or photo paper.
Nifty and cheap, Circuit Scribe looks like an ordinary roller ball pen. But its ink is a conductive silver that dries instantly, allowing users to create electronic circuits on printer or photo paper.
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