It is smart, it's reusable and it's said to last for the rest of your life.
When you love to make notes and scribble in your notebooks, the time comes when they start piling up. But it doesn't have to be this way. Team Rocketbook figured out a way that will surely change the way we take and keep notes.
Introducing Rocketbook Everlast, this is a notebook that looks and feels pretty much like a nice standard notebook, however this one allows you to take notes and instantly upload them to various cloud services - all of which you most likely already use. To reuse it, water does the trick - one only needs to swipe the writings and doodles off with a moist paper towel (a dry one won't have any affect on the writings).
You can use any gel ballpoint pen from the Pilot FriXion line to write on the pages - like you would on a regular paper, since this is no whiteboard book. The creative team collaborated with experts to develop the optimal synthetic polyester blend for the pages, so that writing on an Everlast page would (and does) "feel just like writing on regular paper with a smooth finish."
The Everlast notebook - available in letter size with 32 pages and executive size with 36 pages - comes with the Rocketbook app, so you can safely store all your notes online to destinations like Google Drive, Dropbox, Slack and Evernote. At the bottom of each page there are seven symbols that allow users to quickly and easily organize the contect before it's uploaded. Users can even assign each icon to the destination of choice, for example a specific folder or subfolder inside Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive or others, so that all future files are automatically filed in the right place. Also, each page is equipped with a special QR code which tells the Rocketbook app the page number of each scan, so all your notes are always saved in correct order.
Rocketbook team turned to Indiegogo to crowdfund their project and they were extremely successful - on January 15, 2017 the obvious crowd darling Everlast Notebook was funded 7012%, raising $2,060,533 USD in total. One notebook with a pen is available for $34 USD (shipping excluded), with estimated first deliveries in May 2017.