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Modern whiteboards evolved from chalkboards. Wikipedia says that the first enamel-on-steel write-on/ wipe-off magnetic whiteboard is believed to have been created by Magiboards in the UK. Inventor Michael Boone of the United States, was the first to successfully mass-market the "Boone Board" brand dry-erase board.
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