* A classic pen and paper experience built for the digital age
* Smart notebook that sends handwritten notes to your devices
* Environmentally friendly notebook that can be used endlessly
If you’ve always been fond of writing things down with a pen and paper or simply want to avoid being THAT person click-clacking away at your laptop in a meeting, the Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Smart Notebook might be your new best friend.
As someone who prefers the “old school” pen and paper route, Rocketbook captures the satisfaction of doodling and writing on paper, but with a smart, sleek and eco-friendly approach—specially designed for the digital age. So it feels like a traditional notebook, but the Everlast is endlessly reusable and connected to all of your favorite cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox, and Evernote.
How it Works
1. Jot down your inspirations, poetry, to-do list, etc on your notebook.
2. Choose your destination where you want to send your notes. Pick from Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, OneDrive, OneNote, Slack, Box, iCloud, iMessage, or Email.
3. Open the Rocketbook App and scan the pages you’d like to capture and send.
4. Once your notes have reached their destination, you can share, print or archive them for future use.
One important thing to remember is to make sure you write only with Pilot FriXion ink. Any Frixion pen, marker, or highlighter will work with the Everlast so once you’re ready for a clean slate, moisten a cloth with water and the notebook erases like magic.
Why it’s a Great Value
It’s hard to believe this smart notebook was once rejected on Shark Tank, but at about $30 bucks a pop, you can’t go wrong.
You can access your notes online without additional typing; you can leave behind your clunky laptop and use something lighter and easier to jot things down, and you only need to buy one notebook to end all future notebook purchases.
And if organization isn’t your forte, the Everlast stores digital copies of your notes so you never have to worry about digging through a stack of legal pads in your attic or closet.