Are you an individual who prefers to make notes with a pen and paper? Or perhaps you benefit from the physical act of writing down appointments and reminders? Then you will probably be interested in the Rocketbook Everlast. Say hello to the smart notebook that is both analogue and digital!
The Everlast notebook provides a classic pen and paper experience, yet is built for the digital age. Although this product may look and feel like a traditional notebook, the Everlast is endlessly reusable and is connected to all of your favourite cloud services and a host of destinations, including your email, messages, Google Docs, and more.
The Rocketbook Everlast is compatible with any pen, highlighter or marker from the Pilot Frixion range and just needs 15 seconds for the ink to dry, sticking to the pages like regular paper. But if you add a drop of water… the notebook erases like magic.
Once you have written on the reusable pages, simply scan them using the free Rocketbook App on your smartphone, to send your notes to the cloud. Once you have scanned your notes using a smartphone, the pages can be wiped clean with a damp cloth.
How does it work?
There are 36 pages in total, but some users have stated that they find themselves frequently using only one to five of these pages.
Machine vision: The Rocketbook is the combination of a special notebook and free mobile app. After you have created designs and jotted down notes, the Rocketbook uses patent-pending image capture technology to accurately capture your page, before being sent to services in the cloud.
Seven Symbols: At the bottom of each page within the Everlast notebook, there are seven symbols. These symbols all represent “buttons” behind Rocketbooks cloud organization. You can allocate each of these symbols to the destination of your choice. For example, you can assign each icon to any of your folders within Dropbox, Google Drive, or your email. When you put a mark through a symbol on your page, your scanned file will automatically be sent to the right place all through the Rocketbook app.
Image Processing: When you have scanned your image using your smartphone, the Rocketbook app instantly crops and enhances your notebook page so that your notes are most vibrant and clean once digital.
Intelligent Pages: Your Everlast notebook includes a unique QR code on each page which lets the Rocketbook app know which page number is being scanned. Meaning that no matter when you scan each page, they will be in the right order.
Dot Grid: The Everlast notebook features pages with a dot grid pattern which makes it suitable for either both text notes or sketches.
Erasing Pages: Rocketbook worked closely with paper industry experts to find the optimal synthetic polyester blend to create pages that could be wiped clean of Frixion ink. Follow these steps to erase your pages:
- Make sure to write with Pilot Frixion ink (A pen is included with your notebook).
- Sync your pages with the Rocketbook App before you wipe them clean.
- Moisten a cloth with water and wipe firmly to clean the ink off.
- Give your page a few seconds to dry.
Why was the Everlast designed?
Rocketbook designed the Everlast for those who want an endlessly reusable notebook to last for years, if not a lifetime. Alongside being more sustainable, the Everlast encourages you to quit wasting paper and throwing away old notebooks.
Why should I use an Everlast notebook over a traditional paper notebook?
It’s good value. The Everlast allows you to access your notes online without any typing and is lighter, and perhaps even easier than using your laptop. Besides this, you only need to buy one notebook to end all future notebook purchases. Having digital copies of your notes will stop you from scrambling through a stack of paperwork or digging for the correct book ahead of your school lesson.
Watch the video below to find out how the Rocketbook Everlast works and why you need to get your hands on one:
If you are thinking about purchasing a digital notebook, be sure to visit our website now to get your own Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Notebook.