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Moleskine Evernote Ruled Smart Notebook, Large, Black, Hard Cover (5.1 X 8.3 Inches) (Evernote Smart Notebooks) Diary – January 30, 2013
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The regular version of this notebook is about $11 cheaper, however the 3 month Evernote premium code is worth $15 if you currently pay monthly. You have to have Evernote premium in order to use the PDF search functionality. I personally use Evernote premium for work everyday and the premium functionality is almost a necessity with all the notes I have.
Moleskine claims the included smart stickers which will automatically tag your notes, but only if you use it with the "smart paper". I haven't tried this, but they do work with the smart paper and you can actually make your own stickers as well. Just use a high contrasting color so the camera picks up (that's why your phones light comes on when you open the app to capture a page).
Yes it would be nice if the Evernote software had some more advanced functionality, but that's evernote's problem, not Moleskine. Great notebook, with a great deal on Evernote. Worst comes to worst you still have a great notebook, and the contracting green color looks great.
The only good thing about this notebook is if you're a fan of Evernote and you want to show off such with a physical notebook.
Not a bad product, certainly, but not an innovative or revolutionary one.
Pro: Beautiful details on the cover and high-quality construction of the pages, the cover, the elastic, and everything. Comes with a code for Evernote Premium for 3 months, and comes with cute stickers. Green trim is attractive.
Con: Expensive for a notebook, falls short of promise of bridging paper and digital, seems just a bit lazy for a partnership between two companies I adore. Unclear on how to make stickers useful in tagging.
On the other hand the notebook is going for $20 on Amazon and it comes with $15 worth of Evernote Premium. If I'm rating this as a five dollar notebook it's pretty darn good although I'm likely to look at it as paying $5 for a pack of stickers and simply buying more of the Palomino Luxury Notebooks which have much better paper and work with the stickers just as well.
I really love the concept of this notebook - taking notes like using a regular notebook then digitize your notes and upload them to the cloud. well the reality is that the 2nd part doesn't work really well. And even if it works - you can pretty much do it with any other notebooks and a good app. (like...Office Lens)
I'm not a heavy Evernote user, but the 3 months subscription is still great (worth $15) - so you are basically buying a solid, good looking Moleskine notebook (and some extra stickers) for about $5 - not bad, just don't expect it to be, smart.
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Not great for sketching, drawing, or writing with pens.