|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.9 x 6 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||WAV-E|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||8.9 x 6 x 0.7 inches inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WAV-S|
Rocketbook Wave Smart Notebook - Executive
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- Introducing the world's first smart, microwave-to-erase-and-reuse notebook. Polypropylene binding
- Download the free Rocketbook app for Android or iOS to scan your content
- Blast your notes to Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Box, OneNote, Slack, iCloud and
- Pop your Rocketbook wave in the microwave to erase and reuse your notebook up to 5 timesemail
- Works with any pen, marker or highlighter from the Pilot Frixion line (one pen is included)
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Introducing the world’s first microwave-to-erase smart notebook. The Rocketbook Wave provides the freedom of a traditional pen and paper notebook, while instantly blasting your notes into the cloud using your smartphone. And when you use Pilot FriXion pens with the Wave notebook, you can erase your notes using your microwave oven and reuse your notebook. Go ahead and re-read that last sentence.
From the Manufacturer
Erase and reuse your Rocketbook Wave up to 5 times using your microwave when you use any FriXion pen by Pilot. Pilot FriXion pen ink turns clear at 140 degrees F / 60 degrees C, and the Rocketbook Wave is specially constructed to be microwave safe. Each Rocketbook includes one FriXion pen and you can buy more on Amazon and in retail stores.
Take notes in your Rocketbook Wave, download the Rocketbook mobile app and instantly send your handwritten notes to all of your favorite cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, iCloud and more. The joy of pen and paper meets the utility of the cloud.
Our sophisticated machine vision makes your job simple. Hold your phone above the book and flip the pages. In milliseconds, the Rocketbook app detects your pages, scans them in and produces images more crisp and vibrant than the real thing.
By marking symbols on the bottom of each page, you send high resolution images to the destinations you’ve configured in the Rocketbook app. The app “sees” your marks and sends your notes to the places they belong online.
Boost your productivity by sharing notes with your team, classmates or family. Whether you instant message a diagram, or email a shopping list, the Rocketbook system unleashes the power of sharing handwritten notes.
The utility of the cloud, combined with the freedom of pen and paper. Students, engineers, designers, managers, executives & all type of people are using Rocketbook to be more organized, more creative and more productive.
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Cutting Edge Classic
How did you come up with the idea for this product?
Inventors Joe Lemay and Jake Epstein were both “notebook guys,” but more and more found themselves wanting to maintain their notes in the cloud. “We tried every digital pen you can imagine, but no piece of hardware felt as natural as pen and paper. And another battery to charge? Forget it. When we looked at the notebook industry, we wondered, why hasn’t there been more innovation? Soon we began thinking, how can we make the coolest, most innovative notebook in the world?”
What makes your product special?
It’s the world’s first smart, reusable notebook. It’s the first microwave-to-erase notebook. Our users tell us they love how the Rocketbook system is like nothing else, and keeps them organized like never before.
What has been the best part of your startup experience?
We’re idea guys. Hearing from our customers with feedback and ideas for how we can make Rocketbook even more useful is the funnest part of our job. It’s our users who determine what we do next. Recently our users voted on what integrations they wanted next,. The winners were iCloud, which we just implemented, and then Box and Slack, which we’re developing now and will be available to everyone by the end of 2016.
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I've had the Rocketbook Wave for about a week. My initial impression is that it's ok, but not yet great.
I like the idea that I can write in a notebook (or with paper available from rocketbook's website). But I can write on many notebooks, so there is no game changer here.
I like the idea that I can scan the pages I wrote and then, relatively quickly, send those pages to a variety of cloud services or email accounts, using the Rocketbook app. But I can do that with other apps - like Scannable, scansnap, or scanner pro (among other apps).
With the other apps, I can scan multiple pages into the same pdf or other file. I have not figured out how to do that with rocketbook, so with that app, i get separate pdf pages. I'm still looking for a way to fix that.
I'm not crazy about the microwave feature for two reasons. The first reason is rocket books requires the microwave to have a rotating turntable. I have that, but my microwave is too small, so the book cannot rotate. I did not know about that constraint until I read the small print. The second reason is the notebook apparently lasts for about 5 erasures. Clearly not the last note book one will buy.
So, after one week, I find myself wondering what the big deal is. I may be missing something. It seems to me buying a notebook you like, taking pictures of the pages you've written on with one of several functional scanner apps, and then sending them to your favorite cloud service does the same thing rocketbook does. But with less hassle.
I'll keep using the rocketbook and the app for awhile longer, and revise this review if appropriate.
December 15, 2016 update:
Rocketbook is coming out with another version of their notebook. It's called the Everlast Notebook. It is due sometime in April 2017. The original notebook could be used about 5 times. The Everlast (according to the manufacturer) can be used about 1000 times. The original notebook was erased in a microwave oven. According to the manufacturer, "The Rocketbook Everlast can be reused by wiping the page clean with a moist towel." Search for "The Everlast Notebook" on kickstarter for details.
FIRST: Pilot Frixtion line of pens, highlighters, magic markers etc is where the REAL magic lies - not in the paper. You can use your Frixion pen/highlighter/magic markers to write on any type of paper (index cards, newspaper, printer paper, notebook paper, coloring books, etc) and erase the ink by either using the special Frixion Erasers and erasing as if using a pencil eraser (regular erasers will not work, must be a Frixion eraser) OR by heating the paper for a few seconds either with a hairdryer (thats what my kids use) or over a lightbulb, candle flame (be careful) or any other heat source. The ink will disappear (although still somewhat barely readable). To bring the ink back just put the paper in the freezer for a few minutes and magically what you erased is now back and fully readable as if never erased. Kids love doing "secret messages" this way, and it keeps them entertained. Theres a science lesson in there somewhere I'm sure if you wanted to make it a teachable lesson for younger kids. My point being, the frixion line of pens and markers and highlighters all do this without any special notebook or paper required. So if your on a tight budget, order a frixion pen, then if you find you like it using as described above as a test trial, then order this notebook if needed.
Whew, are you still with me? Seriously I didn't mean for this to be so long lol :)
SECOND: Although I have been using Frixion pens and highlighters for years to make notes, erase, bring back from beyond etc in just a regular spiral notebook and even index cards as flash cards, I love this rocketbook wave notebook. Again, I can get the same functionality from any generic spiral notebook using the correct pens, but I love that the rocketbook adds the functionality of the direct scan to specific folders you set up. I do use Evernote to scan/store a lot of my notes before erasing them, but using this notebook eliminates a few steps in the process making it quicker. I also like the microwave ability to erase several pages all at once. My current way (applying a heat source or eraser) I can only do 1 page at a time so takes longer (a microwave safe notebook is much faster). So scanning and sharing to correct folder is now 1 step, as well as erasing all notes at 1 time is 1 step.
Although the product description does not mention it DO REMEMBER any of your 'erased' notes can be brought back to life in full view simply by placing them in a freezer for a few minutes. Say you accidentally erase something you didn't want erased (me: leaving a notebook in car on a hot summer afternoon erased my precious notes) - place it in freezer to restore it. So (point to ponder) just like the hard drive of your phone and computer - just because you erased something, doesn't mean its really gone is all Im saying, theres always traces. Example, never use a Frixion pen to write down sensitive information (passwords, account info, etc). Because after you erase them, all someone has to do is place in freezer to bring the information back.
PS: This notebook also comes with an app that scans your notes. Which sounds cool and all, but you can just download some scanner apps or Adobe Spark and just take photos of your notes that way. The Rocketbook app isn't that special anyway, hasn't even had an update since I got this notebook.
Update: After just three semesters the notebook has fallen apart. For the price this notebook is not worth it at all. I really liked this thing a lot, but it cannot withstand the constant microwave treatments. The spine has fallen apart as well.
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