This latest smart notebook will redefine how you take notes

The notebook is also compatible with the rocketbook app meaning the notes go off the page and are stored online


Tech Desk December 25, 2016
The Everlasting Notebook PHOTO: KICKSTARTER

Ever heard of an everlasting notebook, which is both tangible yet functions online?

This new reusable notebook may redefine the balance between paperwork and online cloud storage providing the classic paper and pen experience.

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PHOTO: KICKSTARTER

Kickstarter has incubated the latest development in note-taking produced by Rocketbook.

“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”, according to a statement on Kickstarter.

Photo showing before and after images of transformation PHOTO: KICKSTARTER

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The notebook is also compatible with the rocketbook app meaning before the pages disappear, the notes go off the page and are stored online in destinations like Google Drive, Dropbox and Evernote.

The project has already received over $570,000 in funding and is expected to start shipping by April 2017.

The prices start from $34 going up to $125  for the product.

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