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Reuse this Notebook by Popping It in the Microwave

Technology has found its way into practically except for the trusty notebook. There’s something about putting a pen to paper, that brings out creativity and inspiration. Yet countless attempts by big-name companies like IBM and Apple haven’t replicated the process 100 percent.

That’s why this compact and dynamic “smart” notebook, which bridges the gap between modern technology and paper, is such a game-changing device. Available in both standardand letter sizes, this Rocketbook Reusable Smart Notebook truly represents the best of both worlds when it comes to old-school note-taking and modern convenience—and it’s available for just $23.

Think of this notebook as a portable, digital, whiteboard—combining the freedom of a traditional pen and paper notebook with the flexibility and security of a smartphone. Write down notes, make sketches, or jot down your latest screenplay idea, then instantly send your work into the cloud or transfer to another device for safe keeping and organization. In a fraction of a second, the accompanying Rocketbook app scans, enhances, and sends each page to the specific cloud destination, whether DropBox, Google Docs, One Note, or many others.

To make things even easier, there are several discrete symbols positioned at the bottom of each page in your notebook, which help you organize, amend, and send your content to specific cloud folders in each platform so you’ll never have trouble finding the right sketch or idea.

It comes in two versions: the Everlast version, which can be wiped clean with water and used an infinite amount of times, and the ‘Wave’ version that resets via the microwave. As long as you use the included Pilot FriXion pen, you can simply pop the notebook in the microwave to wipe it clean and get a fresh batch of pages. This process can be repeated five times, meaning you’re essentially getting five notebooks for the price of one.

Pick up a RocketBook Wave for just $23—that’s 14 percent off its regular price—or grab the Everlast for $30.