Found 19th Sep 2016
You can get all info from getrocketbook.com

This looks pretty good. A microwavable notebook that allows you to assign pages to Email, Dropbox folder, Evernote notebook etc. That’s to an individual one, or a multiple choice.



Once the notebook is full and you’ve transferred all that is needed, you microwave it and you now have a blank book again to re-use.



What also great is that you can download an A4 pdf to use. The only difference I can see doing this is that it’s free, and the QR code is not page numbered. Just go to bottom of the link page and download from free PDF pages.



It’s a well funded Kickstarter project, and the app is easy to use.

Personally I can't think why I particularly need to buy the notebook. The PDF file and the app will cover my usage.

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A solution to a problem that does not exist.

Well done Rocketbook.

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A solution to a problem that does not exist.Well done Rocketbook.



Whilst I would tend to agree with you, it's actually not a bad way of filing hand written notes into various Evernote notebooks with ease. One for each subject being studied. Hand written notes beyond a quick sketch on a tablet/phone with Evernote is a weak link.
Edited by: "cchopps" 19th Sep 2016

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Whilst I would tend to agree with you, it's actually not a bad way of … Whilst I would tend to agree with you, it's actually not a bad way of filing hand written notes into various Evernote notebooks with ease. One for each subject being studied. Hand written notes beyond a quick sketch on a tablet/phone with Evernote is a weak link.



Have you tried Microsoft OneNote for comparison?

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Have you tried Microsoft OneNote for comparison?[ … Have you tried Microsoft OneNote for comparison?[ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.onenote&hl=en_GB ][ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/microsoft-onenote/id784801555?mt=12 ]



I have. It's great when using Surface Pro and pen, but I found i wasn't really using it. I tried Evernote and then found this article. For me it works. I'm sure I could manage with One Note but I've invested time in Evernote now and am not really that keen to change. I also use a scanner which automatically saves to Evernote.
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