Syncplify NotePad

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Syncplify NotePad

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Trick by TCC Presents ($500.00)

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Instantly know ANYTHING written on a piece of paper with Syncplify, the ultimate psychic clipboard!

This professional mentalism clipboard set is incredibly powerful and super easy to use for any mentalist or magician. Each one is handmade with gorgeous North American walnut in a size that is perfect for A5 paper. Despite being made with real wood, each one is also incredibly light (less than 1lb).

With just a quick press of a hidden button, you'll be instantly connected to the transmitter (hence the name: synchronize + simplify = Syncplify).

The walnut board battery will last up to 20 hours and the mini monitor, which can easily fit into the groove of the board or discreetly in any card box, will last from 4 to 6 hours. Your special gimmick pen will last up to 26 hours of writing and automatically sleeps after 5 minutes of non-usage to conserve battery life. (A sharpie pen will also be available in the future to purchase separately).

Syncplify uses an android operating system that is capable of detecting writing through up to 5mm thick paper from a distance of up to 12 meters (or almost 40 feet).

This is truly a mentalist's dream! Whether making a prediction, performing a mind reading trick or conducting a drawing duplication, Syncplify can make any of your favorite mentalism tricks seem truly impossible.


  • Walnut board: 250mm x 165mm x 8 mm (9.8in x 6.5in x .3in)
  • Walnut board weight: 320g (11oz)
  • Mini monitor: 88mm x 64mm x 7mm (3.5in x 2.5in x .25in)

Each Syncplify Set Includes

  • 2 Walnut boards (1 Sensor + 1 Display)
  • 1 Mini monitor
  • 2 Clips
  • 1 USB charging cable
  • 1 Gimmick pen
  • 2 cartridges
  • A5 paper

Community questions about Syncplify NotePad

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

  • David asks: So what happens when the pen goes dry?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You replace the ink cartridge.
  • rod asks: How long does the pen work for. It says 2 cartridges, are they special or can I get refills from a stationary shop ? Also are the batteries replaceable or is this a trick that will only work for x amount of time?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It depends on how much writing is done. extra cartridges should be available online. The batteries are rechargeable, so they should last a long time.
  • Oliver asks: It says charging cable... is the charging port well hidden on the clipboard? Most use wireless charging, does this not have that?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The charging port is in the mini monitor, not in the clipboard. When the monitor is in the clipboard, it is completely hidden.
  • Reinhold asks: WHere do I get the App?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: That info should be included in the instructions.
  • Mike asks: Regarding the Syncplify NotePad The instructions mention that an APP exists for a cell phone, but there is no indication on how get it from googleplay or itunes. A search on googleplay or itunes does not give any results. What should I be searching for?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: It is not on them. You have to download it and install it manually. On the video explanation page, scroll down and look for a link.
  • Steven asks: What kind of warranty does this come with?

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    • Steven asks: I saw one review where it said it didn’t always work in performance. Anyone have one who experienced that situation?

      • 1. Jonathan answers: Doing be to far away . Make sure you have them say to make it large and dark so camera can see after. Make sure pen is active before and make sure all three gimmicks are charged
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    • Michael asks: Can anyone who has purchased this please speak to the reliability of this. Surprisingly, I cannot find reviews anywhere from owners. Thank you.

      • 1. Jonathan answers: It's great I love it but I cant find the app for phone . I use this is conjunction with the stranger app. It kills
      • 2. Ryan answers: I used it recently for a run of live theatre shows. I found the small screen to be very limited in terms of range and reliability. However, the app when used with an android phone or tablet increases the range by some distance. I would recommend using the app.
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    • Evan asks: Can I use Syncplify if I do not have an android device?

      • 1. Tony answers: The trick comes with everything you need to perform
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    Customer reviews for Syncplify NotePad



    Just got mine in the other day and played with it a bit.
    The device is really clever and can be moved and put into various things so you can customize how and where you peek. This is one of those things tho that If you can afford it, then get it. If you can't then get an impression device or any other of the multitude of peeks and duplication effects out there.
    From what I am aware. There is no Apple app. Only android. I do not know if this will be changed or not.

    The devices can last up to about 3-4 weeks before they will need to be recharged. I'm making a habit to have them on the charger the day before a show.

    The issues I do have with the device are pretty stupid, but I feel it's worth a mention.
    The box design makes it hard to get the assets out of the box. If the pen falls too deep, it's hard to get out. The boards themselves get jammed into the foam and are hard to remove.
    And also there is no available or taught routine with the device. This is an area that some may argue that YOU should be the one finding, working, creating...etc the routine. Not them. But I believe that a device that is $500 should have some information on performances or what have you. But again. I see it from both sides.

    But that brings me to the price. This thing is $500. Obviously. Which is really cheap for what it does and compared to other devices on the market. Don't get me wrong. I do fear it will break down right before a performance or worse. During a performance. I usually keep a drawing dup effect on hand just in case. But that's still a fear.

    How does it feel?
    -The pen feels pretty low range. Not cheap but not far from it. You get a sticker to put over the charging port which is pretty decent.
    -The non-gimmicked (NG) board. Well. It's a solid piece of wood. ... It's nice and smooth and has a hole cut into it for the peek device...
    -The gimmicked board. Well, it looks amazingly close to the NG one. But is like a drawing tablet. The power switch is really small and hard to get to tho. Well depends on the person. I have large hands so it's hard for me.
    -The peek device. Well, the one you get is not like the one in the video. The one in the video is a prototype. The one you get has just as big of a screen, but it's a smaller device. And yes the speed you see it receives is real-time. Which is pretty cool tbh. It's easy to use. Press and hold for 3 secs to turn off or on. Press once to put the device to sleep. Press again to wake it up. That will also clear the device so you can do multiple things if you so choose.

    All in all. You get what you pay for. It's kind of mid-tear cost for this kind of device. If it breaks, it breaks. But it does what it does well enough for me to use it. And so far it has not failed me yet lol. (just spend a little time beforehand setting it up).

    OHHH Oh Oh Oh. Before I forget. The pen will turn off after 5 mins of inactivity. This is how they get around it. They tell you to press the tip of the pen as you hand it to the participant.
    Here's how I do it. I tell the person before they do anything, to draw a line horizontally on the page and sign it underneath so that I can not switch it, etc. (My presentation is around performing the effect under extreme test conditions)
    That way, if the pen doesn't turn on when they draw the line. It will when they sign their name =).