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Rocketbook Everlast Smart Notebook (Executive) - Midnight Blue
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- Reusable pages wipe clean with a damp cloth to reuse with Pilot FriXion pens
- Allow 15 seconds for FriXion ink to dry in order for it to bond to our specialised pages
- Blast your notes to Google Drive, OneDrive, OneNote, Evernote, Dropbox, box, slack, iCloud, Evernote and email
- No more wasting paper - this environmentally-friendly notebook can be used endlessly
- Pilot FriXion pen included
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Rocketbook Everlast Smart Reusable Notebook
The Everlast notebook provides a classic pen and paper experience, yet is built for the digital age. The Everlast is endlessly reusable and connected to all of your favorite cloud services.
When you write using any pen from the Pilot Frixion line, your writing sticks to Everlast pages like regular paper. But add a drop of water… and the notebook erases like magic. The Everlast has pages made with synthetic materials that provide an extremely smooth writing experience.
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This came in yesterday, and I've already taken five pages of notes! They wipe *completely* clean. I have no qualms about starting a new topic or writing about something completely new on a new page - I'm not wasting paper, and I'm not mixing up the contents of two spiral notebooks - it's all going to disappear anyway. You have no idea how satisfying I find a perpetually empty notebook.
The cons - the plastic feels like *glossy* paper, not like notebook paper, which takes a minute to get used to. I keep expecting the ink to smear, but it doesn't. You should hold your pen very gently, and you need to exercise more control as you write because pens moves more freely than they would across paper. That said, it's light years ahead of dragging a stylus across glass.
I'm gonna get one for my desk at work, where I compulsively scribble while I think and wastefully plow through legal pads.
I wasn't fond of the permissions the app required for Google Drive, which included viewing and managing files - I'm not sure if a more conservative "create files only" permission exists. So, I'll blast notes to my GMail account and use a single click on my computer to share them with Google Drive.
In any event, being able to set up destinations like Google Drive and (in my case) multiple OneNote project folders has made my carry-on baggage taken to meetings basically this notebook and the pens. I can take all the notes I want, and even send the scanned pages to multiple locations which is great! Then you just wipe the pages clean at day's end with a soft, wet cloth and you're all set for tomorrow.
What get's uploaded to the cloud destinations are either JPEG or PDF files (you get to select), and there are numerous destinations you can set up -- up to 7 which are denoted by various symbols which you mark with an "X" to send a copy to that place. I just switched on Optical Character Recognition (OCR) capabilities and this allows me to double hashtag either side of a title to auto-rename the files uploaded to that name, for example. It also allows Smart Search which makes your document searchable, even if it still looks like a scanned page. Pretty slick really. Lastly, it can and does transcribe your hand written notes into email as well, which is also handy. When it does that, there is still a copy of the PDF or JPEG included as well.
Overall, if you are a person who takes hand written meeting notes, and have various notebooks with discombobulated pages, and you need to get that properly organized -- this is the ticket right here. Aside from a laptop with OneNote available to type up notes as your mettings progress, this is the best thing for doing notes IMHO.