Friday, November 9, 2018

Rocketbook Everlast & Color Holiday Gift Guide 2018

The new generation of notebooks is here and it is called Rocketbook, the way it works is do what you normally would do and a note work rather is drawing, homework, write a poem etc. then you would connect  your symbols to Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, OneDrive, OneNote, Slack, Box, iCloud, iMessage, or Email. Tap Destinations, Change Destination and sign in with your account.
Mark the symbol on the Rocketbook pages you’d like to send. Open the Rocketbook App on your mobile device. Turn Smart Titles, Smart Search, and Email Transcription features on in your settings. Scan the pages you’d like to capture and send. Your pages have reached their destination. Share, print, archive.

Rocketbook Everlast notebook provides a classic pen and paper experience, yet is built for the digital age. Although it feels like a traditional notebook, the Everlast 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 Everlast pages like regular paper. But add a drop of water and the notebook erases like magic. It comes in the colors black, red, blue, and teal.

Rocketbook Color brings the time-honored drawing experience to the mobile generation. Create colorful drawings with crayons, markers and colored pencils, then instantly send or save them using a mobile device and the Rocketbook App.
The Color works with the entire Crayola line of dry-erase products. Many other brands work, too. However, the Crayola line is safe for children.

My Opinion: I’m truly impressed with this eco-friendly notebook is not only can I erase a little bit with the FriXion pen but if I wanted to get rid of a whole entire page all’s I have to do is take a wet paper towel or cloth and a white the whole page off for me. Of course, I would do that after I saved my work on OneDrive. This is definitely a great Christmas gift for anybody.
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