This Smart Notebook Uses Pen and Paper, and It's Endlessly Reusable

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If you like to take notes the old fashioned way—you know, using a pen and paper—but you also appreciate the convenience of the digital world, Rocketbook Everlast might be your new best friend.


A fully digital notebook, Rocketbook provides the classic pen and paper experience, but it also lets you save your notes to whatever cloud service you use. Once your notes are scanned and saved, you can easily wipe them away and start fresh over and over again.

Here's how it works

When you use a pen from the Pilot Frixion line ($7 for a pack of three), your writing sticks to the pages just like it would on regular paper. All your writing can be easily wiped away using a moist towel.


The paper looks and feels like regular paper, but it's made out of a polyester composite rather than wood. Writing on it really feels like you're writing on regular paper. But with a quick scan, your notes can be shared online and saved forever (or at least until you don't need them anymore).

A new feature even allows for handwritten notes to be transcribed into text, and then sent as an email. The notebook comes in letter or executive sizes. Choose from four colors: black, red, blue, and teal. Buy it here for $32.