Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook
The two most common ways to log an investigation is to either use an audio recorder, or a notebook. This smart notebook is reusable, can be wiped clean with a damp cloth and an accompanying app allows you to quickly archive your notes in the cloud.
Introducing the world's first reusable notebook. This innovative product enables you to reap the benefits of a classic pen and paper experience, but designed for a digital age. Losing your notes is a thing of the past. Simply write on the reusable pages, then scan using the Rocketbook App to send your notes to the cloud. The bottom of the pages are labelled with QR Codes, meaning the Rocketbook App recognises page numbers, enabling your notes to upload in the correct order. The design boasts dotted paper, which allows you to write and draw with complete accuracy and precision. The Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Notebook is compatible with any pen, highlighter or marker from the Pilot FriXion range and just needs 15 seconds for the ink to dry, allowing it to bond to the specialized pages. Once you have scanned your notes using a smartphone, the pages can be wiped clean - all you need is a damp cloth. • Features 36 reusable pages • Free Rocketbook App which allows quick and easy uploading to Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, OneNote, Slack, iCloud and email • Environmentally friendly - no more wasting paper • Includes 1x Rocketbook Everlast Smart Reusable Notebook A5 and 1x Pilot FriXion pen • Symbol system automatically saves your notes to the correct place • Approx. Dimensions (mm) H 360 W 260
- Buy it used from £21.18
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