Being a writer, I go through a lot of notebooks, and honestly it can be a huge waste. It’s not only bad for my wallet but for the environment, too. I have been seeing many different companies that developed smart notebooks that scan onto your phone or computer. Rocketbook is just the company I have been looking for to get my work done.
Rocketbook: This new inventive notebook is the new notebook of the digital era. This 32 page spiral notebook looks like a typical notebook but is so much more interesting. The Rocketbook Everlast is actually endlessly reusable and is able to connect to all of your favorite cloud services! * Google Drive * EverNote * Slack * DropBox * box * email * onenote * OneDrive * iMessage * iCloud
When you write on the pages from any of the Pilot Frixion line, your writing stays on the page like a normal pen. But with a little water on the cloth that comes with the notebook it erases like magic! Comes in black, red, dark blue and aqua.
I personally liked having this notebook around for my blogging because I was able to write down my tasks I needed to accomplish, writing ideas, and even start writing my reviews or articles while I am out on the go and don’t have my computer with me. I can either choose to scan it on my phone (as you see I did a sample above), or just erase it after I rewrote it on my laptop. I can see that a larger size would be a huge staple in schools with homework, writing quick notes or even just about anything that you can think of. My son said that he would draw in it and save his drawings on his phone or computer. There is just endless ideas how to use your new Rocketbook!
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