Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook
Busybodies who shun tablets and high-tech phones but cannot live without their trusty writing pen and paper for jotting down notes can still shed off their Luddite tendencies and get with the times by using smart notebooks. The Rocketbook allows manual writing, but with a more advanced, digital slant.
For one, this smart notebook has pages that are made from polyester composite material that has the feel of authentic paper. These pages include QR codes, icons and tiny guide dots for simple note sharing. The notebook accommodates Pilot FriXion pens whose ink dries instantly as soon as it bonds to the page, thus, smudges begone. It also allows all styles of writing.
Sharing notes is a breeze as well since all that a user needs to do is cross out the specific symbol on the bottom of the page and the device will send notes electronically to Google Drive, Evernote, or Dropbox—whatever selected service you’re after.
The device actually provides improved images so you can further enjoy note-taking. It is designed with an app which functions as a scanner for its formatted pages. The steps are quite simple; sign in to your choice cloud service, designate a symbol for it and create an indicator on the matching symbol before a scan. Its scanner is actually the best in its class since it works fast and the image quality it provides is outstanding compared to the likes of Apple Notes or the Scanner Pro from Readdle.
Up for a new batch of notes? Just grab a wet cloth and wipe the pages clean.
The only drawback of this smart notebook is that it can only accommodate Pilot FriXions at the moment. But still, for those who can’t part with their trad notebooks, this is one practical step to the high-tech world of data-gathering.