When we reviewed the reusable Rocketbook in our roundup of the 100 best notebooks, we said comparing it to a regular notebook is “kind of like comparing Microsoft Word to a typewriter. They both basically do the same thing, but the user experience is very different.” Each page of the Rocketbook has a QR code. When you scan the code with your phone, whatever you’ve written or doodled is automatically uploaded to Google Drive or Dropbox (or other online destination) or converted into an email attachment. Then, simply erase the page with a damp cloth and start all over again. As Strategist contributor Steven John says, “It’s your typical notebook, with all the pleasures of analog note-taking — only it’s usable forever and works as a digital document backup system.”
Normally a single full-size Rocketbook notebook with a pen and erasing cloth retails for $30. But today only, you can get all that, plus a mini-notebook with its own pen and cloth for the same price. Keep one on your desk and throw one in your bag. You’ll be able to take notes wherever you go — and never run out of pages.
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