|Manufacturer||Rocket Innovations, Inc|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 0.5 x 8.8 inches|
|Item model number||EVR-E-K-CCE|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material Type||Synthetic Blend Paper|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||EVR-E-K-CCE|
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Rocketbook Smart Reusable Notebook - Dot-Grid Eco-Friendly Notebook with 1 Pilot Frixion Pen & 1 Microfiber Cloth Included - Neptune Teal Cover, Executive Size (6" x 8.8")
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- No more wasting paper - this environmentally-friendly 36 page dotted grid notebook can be used endlessly by wiping clean with a damp cloth
- Blast your handwritten notes to popular cloud services like Google drive, Dropbox, Evernote, box, OneNote, Slack, iCloud, email and more using the free Rocketbook application for iOS and Android
- Allow 15 seconds for ink from any Pilot Frixion pen, marker, or highlighter to dry in order for it to bond to our specialized pages
- Sophisticated AI technology allows you to use Rocketbook’s smart titles, smart search, and email transcription for easier naming and searching of your notes
- Includes 1 Rocketbook Core (formerly known as Everlast) Executive Size (6" x 8.8") Notebook, 1 Pilot Frixion Pen, and 1 Microfiber Cloth. Note package may reflect "Everlast”
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The Rocketbook notebook provides a classic pen and paper experience, yet is built for the digital age. Although it feels like a traditional notebook, the Rocketbook is endlessly reusable and connected to all of your favorite cloud services. When you write using any pen from the Pilot Frixion line, your writing sticks to Rocketbook pages like regular paper. But add a drop of water… and the notebook erases like magic. We designed the Rocketbook for those who want an endlessly reusable notebook to last for years, if not a lifetime. The Rocketbook has pages made with synthetic materials that provide an extremely smooth writing experience. Blast your handwritten notes to popular cloud services like Google drive, Dropbox, Evernote, box, OneNote, Slack, iCloud, email and more using the free Rocketbook application for iOS and Android.
Reviewed in the United States on October 12, 2017
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Each of these books has their pros and cons. Hopefully I can outline both for you from my perspective so you can see what you prefer.
Paper: Rocketbook uses a paper that feels more plastic and thin. Elfinbook paper feels more substantial and the ink takes to it much faster. Rocketbook uses a square dot grid pattern, while Elfinbook has lines, much like a normal notebook. So when you scan from Rocketbook, it comes across looking like you just wrote on copy paper (no lines) while Elfinbook comes across with lines for more of that notebook look. For my preference, and others that I've let test, Elfinbook was the clear winner here.
Size: Somewhat arbitrary as I'm guessing both have different sizes. Rocketbook is more of a personal notebook size...think DayTimer size. Elfinbook was larger and a little less convenient to carry around. The drawback with Rocketbook is the size does prohibit the amount of info you can put on a single page. More pages mean more scanning and organizing. Elfinbook held more notes obviously and it is nicer to have more space for sketches, thoughts etc. I call this one a draw, as it is a personal preference. I personally prefer the smaller size.
Page Turning: Odd category I know, but that is why I included it here as I never thought it was a big deal...until now. Hands down, Rockebook wins here with being able to turn the pages just like a spiral bound notebook. Elfinbook, with its thicker pages required me to open the book and fidget with the pages and spine to complete a page turn...without being concerned of ripping near the spine. Rocketbook you can treat like the old school notebooks: flip pages behind current page and keep going. Elfinbook required a lot of effort for me to even want to try and do that.
App Integration: Rocketbook gives you multiple options to instantly send your notes just by simply making the symbol on the page. You've previously told the app where each symbol will send the note. Rocketbook seamlessly reads that and bingo, your document shows up where you told it. Elfinbook is more of a manga process. You have to pick where you want it each time. That becomes a hassle if you use the book for multiple entries (work, personal, diary etc) and have to continually switch where you want it to go. With Rocketbook, I could use 10 pages, each with a different place to go to the cloud just by marking the symbol, take the scan and you are good to go...no delays, no switching after each scan. Rocketbook takes this category.
App: Hands down, Rocketbook's app is more polished. Elfinbook has a ways to go and could be superior with a few updates. Their OCR is horrible (Rocketbook doesn't offer that). Elfinbook has a burst type mode and does seem to capture pages faster with its dark border recognition feature. I give this to Rocketbook again, it is just a more polished app.
All in all, I would take elements of each book to create a better one. I continue to use both, but want my Rocketbook to have lines on the paper, and have the thicker paper from Elfinbook.
There might be a little learning curve at the beginning, especially when it comes to making scans of the written page: my recommendation is not to erase your writing until you're 100% satisfied with your scans. After 3 or 4 document scans, you should be able to master the task of scanning the Rocketbook page with your phone, and you should be able to speed up your process. The OCR component through the (excellent) companion app does what it can, and it's not always reliable: but this has not been a problem for me, as I prefer my scans to be compiled in a single pdf and that's it. The uploading system (I use Google Drive), and its related features (ex. tagging, automatic file names) is fast and seamless, and it never gave me problems.
Erasing the pages is very simple: just follow the instructions provided, carefully swipe your writing away, possibly in a repeated single direction, and maybe wait for like 20 seconds for the page to dry up, so to avoid residual stickiness from the wet towel.
In general, I would say that using a Rocketbook has prompted me to write more "calmly" than before, when I used traditional notebooks: I make sure my trait is clear, I take my time to ensure a good scan, I take care of completing a good erasure of my work from every page. These adjustments are a very small price to pay for an almost endless notebook, and for the related platform that offers quick and efficient organizing capabilities.
I am very happy with my Rocketbook: it might very well be the last notebook I will ever buy... or, at least, something close to that at least. I think it also makes for a great gift for another writer!
The scanning feature is amazing and I have mine just set up for Dropbox and my email so you just check the icon on the bottom and boom, its good to go. it will take you a few times of using the notebook to get used how writing feels on it, you are basically writing on plastic so its not quite paper, but its not too different. About a day of use and you will be good to go. I really am kicking myself that it took me this long to buy it.