Write with a pen, save your notes online with this futuristic notebook

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Note-taking just caught up to the digital age. For most of us, writing freehand is quicker and more convenient than pecking away on a tablet, but what to do when you need those scribbles on file? Grab a Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Notebook, which seamlessly fuses analog and digital notes.

Just jot down your thoughts, journals or sketches as you normally would on any of the Everlast’s 32 pages with a special Pilot FriXion pen (included with this 2-pack, but also available in stores). You’ll find the writing feels natural and the ink permanent – until you need to use the page again. In which case, simply wipe the page clean with a damp cloth. Need to save your work? Use the companion app to scan and send your page to cloud services like Google Drive, Dropbox or OneNote. You can even flag the included icons to save directly to specific folders.

Pick up the Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Notebook and never buy another. A 2-pack with included Pen Station is on sale at $59.99. Read the rest