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Most people nowadays spend so much time looking at a screen that they have LED tan lines. So whenever you get a chance to break away and write something down on a notebook, it's a revelation. There's nothing like feeling the ink on your hands and ... the wind through your fingers? OK, maybe "revelation" is too strong a word, but it does feel really cool. Sadly, for all the immediacy of paper, it isn't always compatible with work that happens on your computer. You can't exactly email your Moleskine notebook to yourself.
The Rocketbook Smart Notebook bridges the gap between the physical and the digital by transferring all of your handwritten notes to your computer. Rocketbook has raised over $3 million on Kickstarter and Indiegogo, and this is why:
Everything You Write Gets Saved In The Cloud
The point of having a notebook is to be able to jot down impromptu ideas as quickly as possible. But usually, what happens after you've transferred your brain-blasts to paper is that they get buried under grocery lists and doodles, or just lost amongst the masses of unmarked pages. But with Rocketbook, every page has a row of unique icons that you can link to a specific location in any major cloud storage service. Did you hatch up a surefire business winner during your coffee break? Mark the diamond, point your camera at the page, and your plan goes right into the "schemes" folder in Drive. You wrote an outline for the next great American novel? Send that sucker over to the "Suck it, Steinbeck" folder. You can link up to seven locations with the Rocketbook app, making archival backup as fluid as possible.